Mamma's Goodies

££CafeItalianStreet Food

About Mamma's Goodies

“Mamma’s Goodies” shows love, already, at the first glance at the menu, where the Panini are named after the three guys women of their lives, either moms or partners. Therefore, it is possible to try how Mamma Tuccia spices things up with ‘nduja (a very spicy salami from Calabria) and marinated peppers, cooling your mouth down with fresh sliced scamorza cheese and lettuce. Please note, Dines discounts do not apply on our higher value cold meats labelled 'SPECIALS', or in conjunction with other offers or promotions.


Opening times

11:00 - 16:30

Discount rules!

Please note that Dines discounts on food can't be used in conjunction with any other promotions, discounts or set menus.


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Malcolm Woolliams

in the last week

Great sandwiches, regularly go here for lunch. Very friendly and kind staff, and generous portions with authentic ingredients.

Margineanu Alexandru

2 months ago

Best Italian sandwiches near Spitalfields Market. All ingredients are from Italy so the sandwiches are really tasty, portions are huge and prices are fair. I love the guys working there, they are always nice and offer me small bites and sometimes coffe for free. Completely recommend if you are living on sandwiches like me :p


2 weeks ago

Best coffee in the Spitalfields area. Authentic Italian 🇮🇹. Lovely welcoming staff.

Maronno Catiponda

3 months ago

One of my most frequent choice for lunch. Although I feel like the quality has degraded in the last couple of months... smaller sizes and less stuffing. I'm more and more convinced that's the case...

Andrew Baxter

9 months ago

Presentation was great, but tastes incredibly bland. Lured in by smoked cheese samples, three of us each grabbed the special. The sandwich presentation was great, with good looking ingredients: generous amount of Italian sausage, spicy salami, smoked cheese, roasted peppers, loads of rocket. Good right? Nah, because the sand-which itself, and meat in-particular was incredibly bland, lacking almost any flavour. First bite in had us looking around at surrounding stalls for absolutely anything else we could add. We were scratching our heads perplexing over this, from one unsatisfying bite to the next. Would recommend you take some hot-sauce, and maybe a sachet of salt and pepper when visiting.