Founded by Richard and the late Malou Tremblay, Mama Lou’s Italian Kitchen actually began in their humble abode in BF Homes, Las Pinas, until they finally opened their restaurant doors back in 2010. Keeping its promise of providing guests the unforgettable experience of coming home to comforting food prepared by a loved one, Mama Lou’s Italian Kitchen is continuously growing, even now having this Mama Lou’s Bambino.
Upon entering Mama Lou’s Bambino, there is no denying how quickly you will get a sense of home with their ambiance. With a cozy set up, bright and light set up, it sure is a great place to have some downtime with friends, with family, with a special someone, or even just with yourself.
And to start this good time that we are talking about, you might want o first munch on their Thin Crust Pizzas which are served with arugula and alfalfa, specifically their Quattro Formaggi (Regular 12” Php 350 |*Large 14” Php 450) that is of alfredo, mozzarella, cheddar, blue cheese, and camembert.
After that, if you are on the lookout for something new, Mama Lou’s bambino has recently released their Piadina selection which are of thin, sandwich-style Italian flatbread loaded with fillings, with garlic aioli. They have three variants you could def try such as the Pulled Pork Barbecue (Php 225) which is of shredded pork, cheese, herb rice, jalapeno, barbecue sauce; the All Meat (Php 225) which is of ground beef, Italian sausage, ham, herb rice, pomodoro; and the Bacon Mac n Cheese (Php 235) which is a house special that is of mac n cheese, grilled chicken, and bacon bits.
From sandwiches, let’s go to their Al Dente Barilla Pasta selection, specifically their Oh My Bambino (Piccolo Php 250 | Grande Php 445) which is a house special and is their signature pasta in Pomodoro sauce with lots of garlic and cheese (add grilled shrimp – add Php 180) as well as their Classic Lasagna (Php 325) which is their best-tasting homemade pasta layered with parmesan, mozzarella, and meat sauce.
Other pastas that are totally must-tries, too, are their Vongole Olio (Piccolo Php 250 | Grande Php 455) which is of fresh clams sautéed in white wine, garlic, and tomato as well as their Spaghetti Seafood Olio (Piccolo Php 325 | Grande Php 595) which is of spaghetti tossed in garlic and olive oil with assorted fresh seafood.
Meanwhile, for dessert, their Mango Cheesecake (Php 190) is such a heavenly sweet treat on earth. You are sure to love this decadence of a treat that has that much-loved fruity sweetness to it alongside that delectable creamy and crumbly feel.
Lastly, great for when you are dining as a group, Mama Lou’s Bambino has a drink that would have your glasses all filled up. Their Mama Lou’s Iced Tea Pitcher (Php 275) is such a revitalizing beverage that will have you ready to take on more Mama Lou’s Bambino dishes, so don’t get shy on us now and tell us how your dining experience with them went as well!
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Address: Second Level, Ayala Malls Circuit, Makati, Metro Manila
Hours of Operation: 11AM to 10PM