Local Knowledge: Mama Lor
Stuffed squid grilled over charcoal; crisp-skin roast pork; and a bakery churning out purple yam cakes, flan, and coconut rolls.
You can see why Mama Lor is so popular. It has a charcoal pit covered with a massive grill covered in charred tilapia (freshwater fish), sticky-pork skewers and whole squids stuffed with tomato, onion and lemongrass.
Mama Lor: Serving your family with a side of the Philippines
There’s no place like home; Mama Lor is a family-owned Filipino restaurant located at Rooty Hill and offers a familiar taste to the Filipino community.
The Sydney-based restaurant offers a variety of traditional Filipino dishes, as well as their own recipe for bread and cakes.
Skillful charcoal grilling and ace baked goods await at this family-owned Filipino bakery and restaurant in Rooty Hill
From the bunch, Mama Lor Restaurant & Bakery stands out for its barbecue dishes — the very heart and soul of Filipino street-food culture, as well as a range of baked delights prepared in the restaurant’s very own in-house bakery.
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