Mamasan Liverpool

Stephanie Heneghan
Mamasan Liverpool
Mamasan

Summer 2024: 

Mamasan Liverpool has just revealed its seasonal weekend programme, with a collection of music and dining-infused events throughout the summer months.

All of the events at Mamasan feature 90-minute bottomless drink packages, both during and outside of the normal brunch hours, so guests can enjoy bottomless drinks at a time that’s convenient for them.

The event series features Mama’s Mixtape – a journey through the greatest Pop and RnB tunes from the golden era of the 90s and noughties, with entertainment from live vocals, DJ’s and percussion, taking place every Friday from 7.30PM. For just £49.50 per person, Mama’s Mixtape dining experience serves up three small plates, and bottomless drinks for 90-minutes.

Every Saturday from 25th May, The Dim Sum Disco Bottomless Brunch will combine delicious South-East Asian dishes, refreshing drinks, and the best house records from 12PM and 6PM. For just £45 per person, choose from three small plates, alongside 90-minutes of bottomless drinks, including signature cocktails, Prosecco, wine, beers, and non-alcoholic mocktails

As day turns to night, immerse in Mamasan’s theatrical dining concept TRIBE. Complete with cocktails, tribal dancers, bongo drummers, and DJ’s playing popular vocal tracks mixed with exotic beats from 7PM, guests enjoy the exclusive Tribal Set Menu for just £49.50. Choose from three small plates and 90-minutes of bottomless drinks.

Mamasan’s stunning urban-garden The Rooftop, is also set to open everyday from Friday 24th May in partnership with elite vodka brand CIROC.

Restaurant review:

The lockdowns are lifting and the option to leave your home and eat food you haven’t prepared is back on the table, and Mamasan Liverpool has come up with the perfect solution. We can even do it indoors, which is a blessing in this soggy climate.

But if you’re not quite up for venturing out just yet – and who can blame you to be fair – there are some great at-home delivery options that offer the luxury of dining out but at home. But, what are they really like?

In the interest of serious journalistic research, we tried the “One night in…” delivery box from Liverpool ONE’s new restaurant, Mamasan, that promise to “take your senses on a culinary tour of Southeast Asia”. In our case, we were visiting Jakarta (it’s the capital of Indonesia, fact fans).

Each box contains 4 courses and a cocktail (to be shared by 2 people) and everything is provided to replicate the food experience from the restaurant, with step by step instructions on how to prepare the food. It’s like visiting Mamasan but still being able to keep your slippers on.

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The majority of the food provided is already cooked and requires reheating, or very basic preparation. Literally, everything is included, from flower garnishes for the cocktails to still-cold ice cream for the dessert. And the food itself is really delicious. The starter was chicken sate skewers, with a very generous helping of peanut sauce and a drizzle of sweet soy sauce. There was a side salad of honeydew & watermelon salad which isn’t something I would normally choose but provided a delightful palate cleanser before the main course.

The Indonesian rendang curry with smoked beef short rib felt like a real treat, with the burnt coconut butter giving it an added richness. It was paired with jasmine rice but the curry includes charred new potatoes which was a lovely unexpected carb hit.

Mamasan Liverpool

After a bit of a rest (a handy side effect of eating at home) dessert was Pandan pudding which is a light sponge cake, covered with caramel sauce.

The downside? There is a fair bit of washing up to do afterwards. You’ll need a variety of pots and pans to reheat the courses properly and do them justice. Also, there’s a lot of packaging due to all elements being packaged and labelled separately for ease. The upside? Everything else. Give it a go, see what you think.

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