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Considering Mamahuhu comes from the people behind Mister Jiu’s, this stop on the World Tour is guaranteed to hit it out of the park. Mamahuhu cooks up spins on Chinese-American classics, and they’re offering two different prix fixe menu options. The first is perfect for one person and includes their Mala YOLO Cucumbers, a combo plate of one of their house specialties, rice, and vegetables, plus a Yin Yang Parfait. The second option is intended for two people (don’t worry, we won’t judge if you want it all for yourself), and includes egg rolls, their chrysanthemum salad, your choice of a house special, cold sesame noodles, jasmine rice, the Yin Yang Parfait, and Chinese almond cookies.
All of the food from this Chinese spot by the Mister Jiu’s team already comes in portions for two to three people, so you can mix and match spring rolls with broccoli and beef or fried rice with kung pao chicken. Mamahuhu’s exclusive DashPass dish is a combo of their delicious sweet and sour chicken and Ying Yang sesame cake parfait.
All of the food from this place by the Mister Jiu’s team already comes in portions for two-to-three people, so you can mix and match spring rolls with broccoli and beef or fried rice with kung pao chicken, and have it ready for pick-up or delivery. Our favorite thing is the numbingly spicy mapo tofu, but the sweet and sour chicken is great, too.
This new spot in the Richmond is owned by the people behind Mister Jiu’s, and has family-style platters of Chinese-American classics. Don’t skip the spicy mapo tofu.
The mapo tofu from Mamahuhu is the perfect level of spicy - it makes your lips go a bit numb without making you want to stop eating.
This Chinese spot from the Mister Jiu’s people is open for curbside pick-up and delivery. Call 415-742-4958 to place takeout orders.