MobileGIRI during Lunch at Mamagoto Restaurant in Khan Market of Delhi, India

Last weekend, some of the friends from Shimla visited capital city of India. We were roaming around Khan Market and thought of having Lunch at Mamagoto. Here we present this Photo Journey shot with my favorite HTC Desire HD...Mamagoto is a decent restaurant in the crowded streets of Khan Market. There are nice interiors at Mamagoto and two floors have seating arrangements. I wanted to have shots of interiors but overall ambiance was not that friendly :)Bright, Chirpy, Colorful, Casual and Simple - These words define the essence of Mamagoto which is a Japanese  word means - 'to play with food'. This restaurant is located in Khan Market, Delhi. Defined as 'Fun Asian Eating', this restaurant is located on first floor of over-crowded middle lane and most of the times there is huge waiting. Especially don't think of going to Mamagoto during weekend.Food was good and this was really first time when I thoroughly enjoyed Chinese food ... Was it really taste or related to mix of good ambiance, great company and beer :)Service was good but most of the times, waiters were literally waiting for customers to finish their meal and get out of the place, as they wanted more guests to come in and have more business. One family was really irritated to see this behavior..These glasses and appropriate lighting was enough for me to do some MobileGIRI at Mamagoto :Khan Market named in honour of Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan (popularly khown as Frontier Gandhi or Badshah Khan), it is the costliest market strip in New Delhi. It has been ranked as the costliest retail location in India. In 2010, it was rated as the world's 21st most expensive retail high street by real estate firm Cushman & Wakefield and is consistently ranked as one of the costliest high end streets.Khan Market is located almost at the heart of the city and close to India Gate. This market is surrounded by residential complexes – both government owned and private, including Golf Links, Lodhi Estate, Shahjahan Road, Pandara Road, Rabindra Nagar and Sujan Singh Park. Its environs are home to a significant number of bureaucrats from the central government and famous people like author Khushwant Singh. It is one of the greenest pockets of the city, very close to the famed Lodhi Gardens. Also in proximity are the India International Centre, the India Habitat Centre, offices of the World Wide Fund for Nature, and other organizations...

Last weekend, some of the friends from Shimla visited capital city of India. We were roaming around Khan Market and thought of having Lunch at Mamagoto. Here we present this Photo Journey shot with my favorite HTC Desire HD....
Last weekend, some of the friends from Shimla visited capital city of India. We were roaming around Khan Market and thought of having Lunch at Mamagoto. Here we present this Photo Journey shot with my favorite HTC Desire HD...Mamagoto is a decent restaurant in the crowded streets of Khan Market. There are nice interiors at Mamagoto and two floors have seating arrangements. I wanted to have shots of interiors but overall ambiance was not that friendly :)Bright, Chirpy, Colorful, Casual and Simple - These words define the essence of Mamagoto which is a Japanese  word means - 'to play with food'. This restaurant is located in Khan Market, Delhi. Defined as 'Fun Asian Eating', this restaurant is located on first floor of over-crowded middle lane and most of the times there is huge waiting. Especially don't think of going to Mamagoto during weekend.Food was good and this was really first time when I thoroughly enjoyed Chinese food ... Was it really taste or related to mix of good ambiance, great company and beer :)Service was good but most of the times, waiters were literally waiting for customers to finish their meal and get out of the place, as they wanted more guests to come in and have more business. One family was really irritated to see this behavior..These glasses and appropriate lighting was enough for me to do some MobileGIRI at Mamagoto :Khan Market named in honour of Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan (popularly khown as Frontier Gandhi or Badshah Khan), it is the costliest market strip in New Delhi. It has been ranked as the costliest retail location in India. In 2010, it was rated as the world's 21st most expensive retail high street by real estate firm Cushman & Wakefield and is consistently ranked as one of the costliest high end streets.Khan Market is located almost at the heart of the city and close to India Gate. This market is surrounded by residential complexes – both government owned and private, including Golf Links, Lodhi Estate, Shahjahan Road, Pandara Road, Rabindra Nagar and Sujan Singh Park. Its environs are home to a significant number of bureaucrats from the central government and famous people like author Khushwant Singh. It is one of the greenest pockets of the city, very close to the famed Lodhi Gardens. Also in proximity are the India International Centre, the India Habitat Centre, offices of the World Wide Fund for Nature, and other organizations...

Mamagoto is a decent restaurant in the crowded streets of Khan Market. There are nice interiors at Mamagoto and two floors have seating arrangements. I wanted to have shots of interiors but overall ambiance was not that friendly :)

Last weekend, some of the friends from Shimla visited capital city of India. We were roaming around Khan Market and thought of having Lunch at Mamagoto. Here we present this Photo Journey shot with my favorite HTC Desire HD...Mamagoto is a decent restaurant in the crowded streets of Khan Market. There are nice interiors at Mamagoto and two floors have seating arrangements. I wanted to have shots of interiors but overall ambiance was not that friendly :)Bright, Chirpy, Colorful, Casual and Simple - These words define the essence of Mamagoto which is a Japanese  word means - 'to play with food'. This restaurant is located in Khan Market, Delhi. Defined as 'Fun Asian Eating', this restaurant is located on first floor of over-crowded middle lane and most of the times there is huge waiting. Especially don't think of going to Mamagoto during weekend.Food was good and this was really first time when I thoroughly enjoyed Chinese food ... Was it really taste or related to mix of good ambiance, great company and beer :)Service was good but most of the times, waiters were literally waiting for customers to finish their meal and get out of the place, as they wanted more guests to come in and have more business. One family was really irritated to see this behavior..These glasses and appropriate lighting was enough for me to do some MobileGIRI at Mamagoto :Khan Market named in honour of Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan (popularly khown as Frontier Gandhi or Badshah Khan), it is the costliest market strip in New Delhi. It has been ranked as the costliest retail location in India. In 2010, it was rated as the world's 21st most expensive retail high street by real estate firm Cushman & Wakefield and is consistently ranked as one of the costliest high end streets.Khan Market is located almost at the heart of the city and close to India Gate. This market is surrounded by residential complexes – both government owned and private, including Golf Links, Lodhi Estate, Shahjahan Road, Pandara Road, Rabindra Nagar and Sujan Singh Park. Its environs are home to a significant number of bureaucrats from the central government and famous people like author Khushwant Singh. It is one of the greenest pockets of the city, very close to the famed Lodhi Gardens. Also in proximity are the India International Centre, the India Habitat Centre, offices of the World Wide Fund for Nature, and other organizations...

Bright, Chirpy, Colorful, Casual and Simple - These words define the essence of Mamagoto which is a Japanese  word means - 'to play with food'. This restaurant is located in Khan Market, Delhi. Defined as 'Fun Asian Eating', this restaurant is located on first floor of over-crowded middle lane and most of the times there is huge waiting. Especially don't think of going to Mamagoto during weekend.

Last weekend, some of the friends from Shimla visited capital city of India. We were roaming around Khan Market and thought of having Lunch at Mamagoto. Here we present this Photo Journey shot with my favorite HTC Desire HD...Mamagoto is a decent restaurant in the crowded streets of Khan Market. There are nice interiors at Mamagoto and two floors have seating arrangements. I wanted to have shots of interiors but overall ambiance was not that friendly :)Bright, Chirpy, Colorful, Casual and Simple - These words define the essence of Mamagoto which is a Japanese  word means - 'to play with food'. This restaurant is located in Khan Market, Delhi. Defined as 'Fun Asian Eating', this restaurant is located on first floor of over-crowded middle lane and most of the times there is huge waiting. Especially don't think of going to Mamagoto during weekend.Food was good and this was really first time when I thoroughly enjoyed Chinese food ... Was it really taste or related to mix of good ambiance, great company and beer :)Service was good but most of the times, waiters were literally waiting for customers to finish their meal and get out of the place, as they wanted more guests to come in and have more business. One family was really irritated to see this behavior..These glasses and appropriate lighting was enough for me to do some MobileGIRI at Mamagoto :Khan Market named in honour of Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan (popularly khown as Frontier Gandhi or Badshah Khan), it is the costliest market strip in New Delhi. It has been ranked as the costliest retail location in India. In 2010, it was rated as the world's 21st most expensive retail high street by real estate firm Cushman & Wakefield and is consistently ranked as one of the costliest high end streets.Khan Market is located almost at the heart of the city and close to India Gate. This market is surrounded by residential complexes – both government owned and private, including Golf Links, Lodhi Estate, Shahjahan Road, Pandara Road, Rabindra Nagar and Sujan Singh Park. Its environs are home to a significant number of bureaucrats from the central government and famous people like author Khushwant Singh. It is one of the greenest pockets of the city, very close to the famed Lodhi Gardens. Also in proximity are the India International Centre, the India Habitat Centre, offices of the World Wide Fund for Nature, and other organizations...

Food was good and this was really first time when I thoroughly enjoyed Chinese food ... Was it really taste or related to mix of good ambiance, great company and beer :)

Last weekend, some of the friends from Shimla visited capital city of India. We were roaming around Khan Market and thought of having Lunch at Mamagoto. Here we present this Photo Journey shot with my favorite HTC Desire HD...Mamagoto is a decent restaurant in the crowded streets of Khan Market. There are nice interiors at Mamagoto and two floors have seating arrangements. I wanted to have shots of interiors but overall ambiance was not that friendly :)Bright, Chirpy, Colorful, Casual and Simple - These words define the essence of Mamagoto which is a Japanese  word means - 'to play with food'. This restaurant is located in Khan Market, Delhi. Defined as 'Fun Asian Eating', this restaurant is located on first floor of over-crowded middle lane and most of the times there is huge waiting. Especially don't think of going to Mamagoto during weekend.Food was good and this was really first time when I thoroughly enjoyed Chinese food ... Was it really taste or related to mix of good ambiance, great company and beer :)Service was good but most of the times, waiters were literally waiting for customers to finish their meal and get out of the place, as they wanted more guests to come in and have more business. One family was really irritated to see this behavior..These glasses and appropriate lighting was enough for me to do some MobileGIRI at Mamagoto :Khan Market named in honour of Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan (popularly khown as Frontier Gandhi or Badshah Khan), it is the costliest market strip in New Delhi. It has been ranked as the costliest retail location in India. In 2010, it was rated as the world's 21st most expensive retail high street by real estate firm Cushman & Wakefield and is consistently ranked as one of the costliest high end streets.Khan Market is located almost at the heart of the city and close to India Gate. This market is surrounded by residential complexes – both government owned and private, including Golf Links, Lodhi Estate, Shahjahan Road, Pandara Road, Rabindra Nagar and Sujan Singh Park. Its environs are home to a significant number of bureaucrats from the central government and famous people like author Khushwant Singh. It is one of the greenest pockets of the city, very close to the famed Lodhi Gardens. Also in proximity are the India International Centre, the India Habitat Centre, offices of the World Wide Fund for Nature, and other organizations...

Service was good but most of the times, waiters were literally waiting for customers to finish their meal and get out of the place, as they wanted more guests to come in and have more business. One family was really irritated to see this behavior...

Last weekend, some of the friends from Shimla visited capital city of India. We were roaming around Khan Market and thought of having Lunch at Mamagoto. Here we present this Photo Journey shot with my favorite HTC Desire HD...Mamagoto is a decent restaurant in the crowded streets of Khan Market. There are nice interiors at Mamagoto and two floors have seating arrangements. I wanted to have shots of interiors but overall ambiance was not that friendly :)Bright, Chirpy, Colorful, Casual and Simple - These words define the essence of Mamagoto which is a Japanese  word means - 'to play with food'. This restaurant is located in Khan Market, Delhi. Defined as 'Fun Asian Eating', this restaurant is located on first floor of over-crowded middle lane and most of the times there is huge waiting. Especially don't think of going to Mamagoto during weekend.Food was good and this was really first time when I thoroughly enjoyed Chinese food ... Was it really taste or related to mix of good ambiance, great company and beer :)Service was good but most of the times, waiters were literally waiting for customers to finish their meal and get out of the place, as they wanted more guests to come in and have more business. One family was really irritated to see this behavior..These glasses and appropriate lighting was enough for me to do some MobileGIRI at Mamagoto :Khan Market named in honour of Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan (popularly khown as Frontier Gandhi or Badshah Khan), it is the costliest market strip in New Delhi. It has been ranked as the costliest retail location in India. In 2010, it was rated as the world's 21st most expensive retail high street by real estate firm Cushman & Wakefield and is consistently ranked as one of the costliest high end streets.Khan Market is located almost at the heart of the city and close to India Gate. This market is surrounded by residential complexes – both government owned and private, including Golf Links, Lodhi Estate, Shahjahan Road, Pandara Road, Rabindra Nagar and Sujan Singh Park. Its environs are home to a significant number of bureaucrats from the central government and famous people like author Khushwant Singh. It is one of the greenest pockets of the city, very close to the famed Lodhi Gardens. Also in proximity are the India International Centre, the India Habitat Centre, offices of the World Wide Fund for Nature, and other organizations...

These glasses and appropriate lighting was enough for me to do some MobileGIRI at Mamagoto :)

Last weekend, some of the friends from Shimla visited capital city of India. We were roaming around Khan Market and thought of having Lunch at Mamagoto. Here we present this Photo Journey shot with my favorite HTC Desire HD...Mamagoto is a decent restaurant in the crowded streets of Khan Market. There are nice interiors at Mamagoto and two floors have seating arrangements. I wanted to have shots of interiors but overall ambiance was not that friendly :)Bright, Chirpy, Colorful, Casual and Simple - These words define the essence of Mamagoto which is a Japanese  word means - 'to play with food'. This restaurant is located in Khan Market, Delhi. Defined as 'Fun Asian Eating', this restaurant is located on first floor of over-crowded middle lane and most of the times there is huge waiting. Especially don't think of going to Mamagoto during weekend.Food was good and this was really first time when I thoroughly enjoyed Chinese food ... Was it really taste or related to mix of good ambiance, great company and beer :)Service was good but most of the times, waiters were literally waiting for customers to finish their meal and get out of the place, as they wanted more guests to come in and have more business. One family was really irritated to see this behavior..These glasses and appropriate lighting was enough for me to do some MobileGIRI at Mamagoto :Khan Market named in honour of Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan (popularly khown as Frontier Gandhi or Badshah Khan), it is the costliest market strip in New Delhi. It has been ranked as the costliest retail location in India. In 2010, it was rated as the world's 21st most expensive retail high street by real estate firm Cushman & Wakefield and is consistently ranked as one of the costliest high end streets.Khan Market is located almost at the heart of the city and close to India Gate. This market is surrounded by residential complexes – both government owned and private, including Golf Links, Lodhi Estate, Shahjahan Road, Pandara Road, Rabindra Nagar and Sujan Singh Park. Its environs are home to a significant number of bureaucrats from the central government and famous people like author Khushwant Singh. It is one of the greenest pockets of the city, very close to the famed Lodhi Gardens. Also in proximity are the India International Centre, the India Habitat Centre, offices of the World Wide Fund for Nature, and other organizations...

Khan Market named in honour of Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan (popularly khown as Frontier Gandhi or Badshah Khan), it is the costliest market strip in New Delhi. It has been ranked as the costliest retail location in India. In 2010, it was rated as the world's 21st most expensive retail high street by real estate firm Cushman & Wakefield and is consistently ranked as one of the costliest high end streets.

Last weekend, some of the friends from Shimla visited capital city of India. We were roaming around Khan Market and thought of having Lunch at Mamagoto. Here we present this Photo Journey shot with my favorite HTC Desire HD...Mamagoto is a decent restaurant in the crowded streets of Khan Market. There are nice interiors at Mamagoto and two floors have seating arrangements. I wanted to have shots of interiors but overall ambiance was not that friendly :)Bright, Chirpy, Colorful, Casual and Simple - These words define the essence of Mamagoto which is a Japanese  word means - 'to play with food'. This restaurant is located in Khan Market, Delhi. Defined as 'Fun Asian Eating', this restaurant is located on first floor of over-crowded middle lane and most of the times there is huge waiting. Especially don't think of going to Mamagoto during weekend.Food was good and this was really first time when I thoroughly enjoyed Chinese food ... Was it really taste or related to mix of good ambiance, great company and beer :)Service was good but most of the times, waiters were literally waiting for customers to finish their meal and get out of the place, as they wanted more guests to come in and have more business. One family was really irritated to see this behavior..These glasses and appropriate lighting was enough for me to do some MobileGIRI at Mamagoto :Khan Market named in honour of Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan (popularly khown as Frontier Gandhi or Badshah Khan), it is the costliest market strip in New Delhi. It has been ranked as the costliest retail location in India. In 2010, it was rated as the world's 21st most expensive retail high street by real estate firm Cushman & Wakefield and is consistently ranked as one of the costliest high end streets.Khan Market is located almost at the heart of the city and close to India Gate. This market is surrounded by residential complexes – both government owned and private, including Golf Links, Lodhi Estate, Shahjahan Road, Pandara Road, Rabindra Nagar and Sujan Singh Park. Its environs are home to a significant number of bureaucrats from the central government and famous people like author Khushwant Singh. It is one of the greenest pockets of the city, very close to the famed Lodhi Gardens. Also in proximity are the India International Centre, the India Habitat Centre, offices of the World Wide Fund for Nature, and other organizations...

Khan Market is located almost at the heart of the city and close to India Gate. This market is surrounded by residential complexes – both government owned and private, including Golf Links, Lodhi Estate, Shahjahan Road, Pandara Road, Rabindra Nagar and Sujan Singh Park. Its environs are home to a significant number of bureaucrats from the central government and famous people like author Khushwant Singh. It is one of the greenest pockets of the city, very close to the famed Lodhi Gardens. Also in proximity are the India International Centre, the India Habitat Centre, offices of the World Wide Fund for Nature, and other organizations...

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