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“Good Thai in Center”
Review of Mam Mam

Mam Mam
Ranked #110 of 3,829 Restaurants in Brussels
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: US$19 - US$43
Cuisines: Asian, Thai
Dining options: After-hours, Reservations
Restaurant details
Dining options: After-hours, Reservations
Reviewed 12 March 2017

Went to dinner on a Saturday evening with my wife. We had fish cakes and thai lemongrass sausages as starters. While the sausages were great, the fish cakes could have been a bit more flavorful. The papaya salad and a yellow curry were very good. Have not tried other Thai restaurants in Brussels, however multiple trips to Thailand and frequent visits to Thai restaurants give this one 4 out of 5. Do make a reservation on a Saturday night, unless you come early to grab a table.

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Thank MaasGolf
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Reviewed 1 March 2017 via mobile

Visited for the first time on March 1st 2027.
Good quality food, nice atmosphere, good service and reasonable prices.

Thank raymc53
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Reviewed 28 January 2017 via mobile

We had a takeaway whilst staying in Brussels. Only took half an hour on a Saturday night which is great. Delicious triangles and chicken satay for starters and amazing chicken with cashew nuts and fish in spicy tomato sauce for mains. Big portions and plenty of meat/fish. We would go back!

Thank CharlotteG384
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Reviewed 15 January 2017

This place serves an excellent choice of Thai/Lao food that is prepared with great care and fresh produce and is served in a modern but relaxing environment.
The menu has all of Thai favourites but there are also some unexpected surprises that show a lot of confidence in the quality of the food.
Phlah Koung - Raw prawns with lemongrass, mint, lemon and Thai fish sauce is not something you will easily find in Belgium Thai restaurants. Even in Thailand this dish is not something readily available in places that cater for tourists.
Although Thai food is basically designed to be shared they do offer main courses with rice included which is nice if you just want to have a quick lunch.
Service is friendly and fast and the prices are reasonable considering the quality of the food and the location of the place.
Clientele seems to be a good mixture of locals, business men and tourists.
Reservations might be a good idea.

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Thank R63N
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Reviewed 14 January 2017

Had dinner here as a couple after reading some good reviews online and was not disappointed. The restaurant was small but cosy and welcoming. Nothing too flash but a great atmosphere and nice mood lighting and decor. Had to initially call the waitress over to order, but that might have also been because we were taking our time.

Ended up with a starter of samosas and two mains. The starter was quite small but this was made up for in the main meal. We ordered two dishes to share, one pasta rice noddles with chicken, egg, and peanuts, and one rice dish with chicken, lemon grass and ginger. Both dishes were large, filling and very tasty. the restaurant also had the added benefit of an open kitchen so you could see the food being prepared. For around 13-15 euro for each dish it was generally good value for money for what you got (which was a large amount off great tasting food).

Great little find in the heart of Brussels and would eat there again.

Tip: we visited the restaurant on a Saturday night and arrived just after opening 6:30. We were the first ones in but the restaurant quickly filled up, so if you want to visit make sure not to leave it too late on a weekend.

Thank foxonthemove I
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