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I was looking for a quick and easy lunch when i decided to stop at the location of Mami on Fore St. I remember it as a food truck. I ordered the japanese fried chicken and the rice ball. The food was prepared with care,...More
First time visit. I'm not that familiar with Japanese street food, but I tried the oyakodon rice bowl and found it to be very good. It was pricy at $15, but not outlandishly so, since Mami's in the Old Port district. Friendly service, cozy atmosphere.
This place is fantastic, I have dined solo, and with friends. The food is consistent and always amazing. The staff is great, friendly and knowledgeable. And the drink list is insane, so good. The okonomiyaki tastes exactly like you find in Osaka. Can’t wait to...More
My wife and I stopped in when we saw some amazing dishes being served to a table by the window. We sat at the bar and asked the bartender to help us order, since everything looked so great. With his assistance, we ordered a number...More
Mami never disappoints-I usually stick with my usual of the Poke Don bowl, which rotates between salmon and tuna. It’s fresh and filling but not too much (meaning you don’t feel like you need a nap after) They have a specials board and the service...More
I've eaten at Mami twice now (the restaurant, not their food truck). It's always at least pretty good, with my best dish so far being today's salmon which was great to look at, tasty and ample.
Other dishes I have tried have been good, but...More
You might miss Mami as you walk down Fore Street because the storefront is rather inconspicuous. What is not inconspicuous, though, is the Noveau Japanese style food served inside. We opted for the lunch hour and found ourselves a table after ordering at the counter...More
My husband and I went here for dinner with our 20 month old son. It's a very nice place about 5 minutes walk from the hotel. We ordered the onigiri, takoyaki, karaage, okonomiyaki, yakisoba and the yakitori. All of it was so delicious and the...More
A small restaurant located just a few blocks from the port/waterfront. Asian/Korean type menu, menu written on large board. place your order at the counter and seat yourself at a table for dine-in. They bring your food and drinks to you. Small but lost of...More