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Mamaku Street Food

Clayfield

Mamaku Street Food is an authentic little slice of Indonesia found tucked away on Clayfield's Sandgate Road.

Inspired by their family's heritage, the owners (formerly of Makanan Indonesian in West End) have based their menu on traditional recipes handed down through the family.

Mamaku Clayfield

The food, which is available as dine in or takeaway, includes starters such as Ayam Goreng Sayap (crisply turmeric marinated chicken wings); Siomay (steamed pork and prawn dim sims); lamb or chicken satay skewers; Bakso Babi Udang Goreng (marinated pork and prawn balls); and Egg belado (4 whole fried eggs with belado sauce).

Mamaku Clayfield

Traditional meat dishes include Beef Rendang; Ayam Bandel (fried chicken): and family favourite Hakka Pork (slow cooked pork belly with preserved vegetables; while seafood dishes include Ikan Baldao (whole chilli fish); Kepiting Lembut (dry battered soft shell crab); or eggplant and prawns tossed in chill sauce.  

Mamaku Clayfield

Vegetarian dishes include Indonesian staple Gado Gado (vegetables in peanut sauce); chilli beans; cauliflower curry and vegan rendang whilst the range of Nasi Goreng (fried rice) includes chicken, beef, vegetables, roast duck, salty fish, BBQ pork or a combo.

Mamaku Clayfield

A huge variety of fried noodle dishes are also available and these include Mie Goreng (fried egg noodles) topped with chicken, vegetables or BBQ pork; Kweatiao (flat rice noodles) topped with salty fish, vegetables, prawn or combo; and Bihun Goreng (thin vermicelli noodles) topped with vegetables, BBQ pork or combo, There's also a choice of laksa and soups.

Mamaku Clayfield

The house dessert, Es Krim Kelapa on Pastry, a sweet and crunchy traditional dish, is also a must-try. Meanwhile drinks include Indonesian Iced Milk Tea or Coffee; whole young coconut; home made iced lemon tea; matcha iced latte; and Es Cendol (Indonesian mung bean jelly drink). 

Need to know - There is plenty of off-street parking available and Clayfield Station is a short walk away.

Images courtesy of Mamaku Street Food Facebook page.

Mamaku Street Food

1C/730 Sandgate Rd

Clayfield

Opening hours

BYO 

3262 8680

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