New Opening in North Dallas of Mama Fu’s Asian House

I was provided with a complimentary lunch for purposes of review.

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One of the best things of moving is having new places to explore and new things to see and do.  So I was delighted the other day when I was invited to Mama Fu’s Asian House for freshly prepared Asian cuisine on the opening day of their first restaurant in the North Dallas area in Frisco, TX.  This is the first of fourteen Mama Fu‘s locations slated to open in Dallas and Collin counties over the coming years, and after tasting the fare, I’m hoping that one opens up closer to my home!

Rose Colarossi one of the co-owners of the new Frisco, TX location explained that “Mama Fu’s is the only Asian-inspired concept in the marketplace that offers a contemporary flex-casual setting transitioning from quick counter service at lunch, to a full service experience at dinner. …consumers are looking for healthy dining options that are both fresh and bold tasting. This is a great place for both the busy corporate employee or a family of four.

With a contemporary and user-friendly menu that allows guests to navigate their options more easily, customers can choose between their protein of choice, including: chicken, beef, pork and shrimp, as well as vegetables, noodles, brown and white rice – all from a selection of Chinese, Thai, Japanese, Vietnamese and Korean menu options.

Guests can also choose from vegan and gluten free menu options, order a steam bowl or salad, or have their protein steamed to reduce oils and starch.

For a more exclusive look at menu options and perks, Mama Fu’s offers a popular rewards program to customers, known as the “Funatics Club,” which offers exclusive deals to club members and keeps guests coming back to enjoy the Mama Fu’s experience.

Rounding out the new Mama Fu’s menu, the Asian flex-casual concept is also introducing new items to its already popular Kids’ Menu.  The new menu options come as the family-friendly Asian restaurant recognized the need for healthier dining options for children and began developing new items in their kitchen.  The new menu items will be listed with the National Restaurant Association’s Kids LiveWell dining guide. The Kids LiveWell program helps parents and children select healthy menu options when dining out.  And really how fun would it to be to order Ninja Noodles, Scooby “Fu” or Dragon Tails for dinner?!

So I got to try some of the delicious menu items, the other day.  I explored the Trio Lunch.

I chose Crab Rangoons as my side.

They were stuffed nice and full!

For my entrée, I chose chicken as my protein with a Honey Glaze (I’m all about the ‘sweet’ folks!), with egg noodles.  My meal did not disappoint either.  It was fresh and the flavors were bold.  For a lunch portion it was not skimpy but it was not overwhelming either and at $9.47 it is definitely an affordable dining out option.

The meal also includes a non-alcoholic beverage.  I chose to have a soda, but look at all the different iced teas they offer!  Plus fresh lemons and limes for your drinks.

And check out this cake Rose had made for the staff at Mama Fu’s Asian House in Frisco to celebrate their grand opening.  Isn’t it fantastic?!

I know I’ll be back at Mama Fu’s, I’ll probably take my parents there for lunch when they come visit next month.  How about you have you ever eaten at a Mama Fu’s Asian House?  What’s your favorite Asian dish to eat?

15 thoughts on “New Opening in North Dallas of Mama Fu’s Asian House

  1. This place looks fantastic and you can't beat fast, yet fresh, ingredients. I'm not usually an iced tea fan but that Blueberry Pomegranate definitely caught my attention!

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