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Restaurant: MAMA SAN by Will Meyrick
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Mondays: HKD1 = 1 mile, Tuesday - Sunday: HKD2 = 1 mile! (Ask for Miles! Don't forget to present your QR code when paying your bill.) T&C apply.
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6-min walk from Exit D2, Central MTR Station continue reading
Telephone
28818901
Opening Hours
Today
12:00 - 14:45
18:00 - 23:00
Mon - Sun
12:00 - 14:45
18:00 - 23:00
Public Holiday
12:00 - 14:45
18:00 - 23:00
Public Holiday Eve
12:00 - 14:45
18:00 - 23:00
Payment Method
Visa Master AE Cash UnionPay Alipay
Number of Seats
90
Other Info
Online Reservation
May Bring Your Own Wine Details
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Reward Dining Points
10% Service Charge
Spot payment
About Reward Scheme
Offers
Restaurant: MAMA SAN by Will Meyrick
Offer: Have you thought of earning HKD1 = 1 mile through dining?
Mondays: HKD1 = 1 mile, Tuesday - Sunday: HKD2 = 1 mile! (Ask for Miles! Don't forget to present your QR code when paying your bill.) T&C apply.
Terms & Details:
  • Asia Miles can be earned on eligible transactions of between HKD300 and HKD10,000.
  • Asia Miles earned are based on the total amount spent, including service charges and taxes, but excluding tips.
  • Asia Miles cannot be earned on certain promotional menus during festive seasons. Please check with staff in partner restaurants in advance.
  • Bonus Miles will be credited to the members' account within 4-8 weeks after dine-in date.
Other Asia Miles terms & conditions apply
Review (27)
Level3 2018-12-08
90 views
We came here for lunch and all four of us ordered from the set lunch menu. I ordered set C - chicken mince with egg, daikon broth. Instead of jasmine rice, I was allowed to substitute it with papaya salad. The daikon broth was SO SALTY. I did not enjoy this. One friend ordered the regular Set C and also found the broth salty. The egg and chicken mince were tasty and the papaya salad was nice and spicy.My other two friends ordered a set A and a set B. The seafood curry sauce was too thin (we all agreed) but tasted ok. And the set A beef curry was replaced with a chicken stir fry which was judged “ok”.The serving portions are ample and the service is good. Although good value, I would say the lunch sets are a mix of hits and misses. My friend is a regular dinner patron here and said the a la carte food is better. So I will try ordering off the a la carte menu next time. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of an user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
If I have to think of a good place for taking my foreign colleagues or friends for trying out South EastAsia lunch in Central, I would naturally have MamaSan in mind.   It is always under nice atmosphere and it never remind us  in busy Central district, staff are patient and good! Such an enjoyable chill-out lunch place on weekdays.Loved the twist of westernised SEA great food, mild spicy taste!  Important thing is that , we could enjoy a glass of good white wine at lunch! We love the food style & this restaurant cultural decor , and also liked to sit by the window high table with the view of the artistic Wyndham street in Soho district!  Worth to visit indeed ! I recommend the minced chicken as part of their lunch set menu. I had Lemongrass Penacota dessert and that was divine! We have a plan to take other friends come to Mamasan for dinner soon next week!  continue reading
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This restaurant specialized in the SE Asian cuisines, and is started by Will Meyrick, a Scot who grew up in Australia and spending considerable amount of time in Indonesia. The restaurant is located at Wyndham Street in Central, with an exotic Bali decor, a bar plus comfortable seats in a hip and cozy environment.With the beverage promotions we each ordered a mocktail to start. My Balicolada ($38) is a mix of fresh coconut water with coconut milk, citrus syrup, pineapple juice and cranberry juice. It has a beautiful pink color, with the signature coconut notes of the cocktail permeating. It is not overly sweet and refreshing, and is a good aperitif for our dinner.For starter we had a Grilled King Prawns with Pomelo, mixed with Asian Celery, Garlic, Cherry Tomatoes and Red Nahm Jim ($168). This is a Thai dish with a twist, featuring an abundance of herbs, including basil, mint, ginger, lemongrass, making the salad highly fragrant. The dipping sauce (nahm jim) is a spicy chili with fish sauce mix, really appetizing. Even though for some it might be a bit too hot, the sweetness of the pomelo helps to balance the overall taste. The prawns are grilled with a great charcoal aroma too. Among the dishes on the night I like this one the most. We also ordered two main dishes, with the first being the Hanoi Steamed Fillet of Barramundi with Miso, Lime, Chili, Green Shallot and Sesame Seed ($178). It has an interesting flavor, reminding me of the Chinese bean paste on first bite. The texture of the fish meat is a bit too mushy for my liking, and honestly the other ingredients like lime and green shallot were too overshadowed by the miso. It is not bad, though I have to say it is not my favorite type. The other main dish is 'Ayam Merah' Slow Cooked Chicken in Tomato Cumin, Green Cardamon, Fresh Coriander, Coconut Milk and Fried Shallot ($178). This is a traditional Malaysian delicacy, with the sauce rich but the coriander did provide a balance. However it is just a bit salty for me, even pairing with Steamed Rice ($30). The chicken is decent but if they are slow cooked I would expect it to be more tender in texture.Wrapping up we had a dessert, and I decided to sample the Black Sticky Rice with Mango and Coconut Milk, served with Mango Ice-cream ($78). The portion of the sticky rice is big, though there is only two thin slices of mango, by all standards it is just too little. Fortunately there is a scoop of mango ice-cream which compensates for that. Overall it is not bad, just a bit too sweet.On a positive note, the service is quite nice, and when asked the staff tried to recommend the best dishes to me. Throughout the meal she came to check in with us, with all smiles and friendliness. The price for the dinner is $780 which is fairly reasonable also. I applaud the effort of Will trying to create all these SE Asian dishes in a nice setting to customers, and with just some tiny improvements on flavors of some dishes I am sure the restaurant would reach another level. continue reading
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Level1 2017-10-28
2958 views
Walking in to Mamasans and you just know you’re going to have a great time. My friends and I arrived well before opening time but this didn’t make them less hospitable. They were friendly, accommodating and to top it off, the food was a feast to the eyes and palate. Would definitely recommend this restaurant. continue reading
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Level1 2017-08-07
2819 views
Good for a lunch time catch-up. Service was decent and set wAs not bad, except portion could be bigger. The chai ice tea was not bad but I mostly enjoy the set lunches at this place. My gf enjoyed the set and the fact they were able to incorporate her request to make the set not spicy was a bonus. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of an user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)