Mama Fu Is Moving Into Dallas

by Steven Doyle

Mama Fu’s, a flex-casual Asian concept recently signed a 14-unit franchise agreement in DFW with veteran franchise partners Daniel Avery, Rose and Rob Colarossi and Tao ‘Echo’ Liu, all of MFDC Partners LLC.

If you’re not yet familiar with the Austin-based Mama Fu’s brand, it offers faster counter service at lunch and sit-down table service at dinner. The brand was recently recognized by Nation’s Restaurant News with a MenuMasters Award for its innovative menu offerings. 

Rose and Rob, who is currently a VP at Hostess Brands, are also Egg and I franchisees in Dallas.  Rose previously owned a successful fitness franchise in the metro and has been recognized on the Who’s Who list by the American Business Women’s Association.

Daniel and Tao are actually moving from Shanghai, where they have several other restaurant and business ventures, to grow the Mama Fu’s brand in DFW.



Filed under restaurant news, Restaurant Opening, Steven Doyle

4 responses to “Mama Fu Is Moving Into Dallas

  1. Rebecca S

    It’s very much like Pei Wei. I used to eat at a Mama Fu’s when I lived in Charleston SC. Good for what it is, but I’d only go out of my way for something more authentic.

  2. Cara

    I love this place! They have a great gluten free menu!

  3. I love Mama Fu’s. Great prices, fast lunch service, great food. Yes, I realize it’s not “authentic” but they offer a menu with a lot of variety and the service caters to working people. Do you know where the locations will be?

    • The information sent to us was about as much as you see here. We will have more details soon, including locations. Sounds like they will be across the city and most likely near you.

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