|Mango Tree in BGC|
Now with 200-seating capacity, Mango Tree has a 20 seat solarium and 40 seat loft area that has been enclosed for private functions. Aside from that, it is now offering mouthwatering menu of healthy and authentic Thai cuisine from the four regions of Thailand. Unlike before, diners will not enter through the casual elegance of the solarium and see its posh bar which connects to the high-ceiling restaurant which offers a topiary feel. It also has a stunning show kitchen, wine room and semi-private booth seats.
The refurbished restaurant still maintains an elegant aura while being just as inviting and approachable as the first time they opened. With the addition of plants and greenery, it offers a sense of escape and tropical tranquility.
Mango Tree is now made more accessible to people--new look, new vibe, new dishes, and the whole experience. When a restaurant looks more fun and inviting, you're not scared to enter the place, would you? Indeed, the revamped Mango Tree is a more comfortable and relaxed haven that makes guests feel right at home.
Now here's another piece of good news: It's not just the look of the restaurant that went through some exciting changes. Mango Tree also introduced new dishes to their menu.
Exciting dishes to sample, among others, include the Watermelon Salad with Dried Shrimp Floss (Tangmoo Goong Haeng), a refreshing palate cleanser of fresh watermelon and shrimp floss mixed with a tad of sugar; the Stir-fried Crab in Curry Sauce (Phad Phong Ka Ree), a simple yet delicious crabmeat dish with egg and yellow curry sauce; and the Thai Tapioca Dumplings (Sakoo Sai Moo), a street favorite made with steamed tapioca balls seasoned with ground pork and ground peanuts.
Not to miss are the Grilled US Pork Collar (Kor Moo Yang), marinated grilled US pork collar served with Isan jim jaew sauce; the Stir-fried Lady Finger Okra (Okra Fai Daeng) which is topped with garlic, bird's eye chili and yellow bean paste; and the Isan Grilled Chicken, deep fried chicken marinated with special Thai herbs served with Isan jim jaew sauce.
The dessert selection is topbilled by the Tri-colored Mango Sticky Rice, a popular choice with is attractively tri-colored with coconut sauce and fresh, ripe mangoes; the Thai-Style Mochi, glutinous rice balls with grated coconut and palm sugar; and the Tub Tim Grob, irresistible coconut ice cream with red ruby chesnuts.
Check these out:
|Crispy Rice Crackers|
|Watermelon Salad with Dried Shrimp Floss|
|Steamed Chilean Black Mussels in Tom Yum|
|Grilled US Pork Collar|
|Stir-Fried Crab in Curry Sauce|
Rice and Noodles
|Stir Fried Rice Noodles with Crab Meat|
|Stir Fried Lady Fingers (Okra)|
|Thai Style Mochi|
|Thai Mochi balls|
A lot of care and thought was given in the preparation of the new menu. Mango Tree's resident executive Thai chef made sure of that. One can also be assured that your early favorites from the Mango Tree menu are still available for you to enjoy. Yes, and that includes a lot of homey classics.
Mango Tree is indeed a place where people can be comfortable and relaxed in a fine dining cozy ambiance. With their new dishes and welcoming look, Mango Tree is a great pick-me-up spot, whether you're celebrating milestones, having a meeting, having that first date (Oh, surely, your date won't be disappointed), hanging out after work, or just longing for feel-good authentic Thai food.
Visit Mango Tree and sample its all-new menu selection now. Mango Tree is located at 7th Ave. Bonifacio High Street Central, Bonifacio Global City. For information and reservations, call (02) 217-2367.
Disclaimer: I am not compensated for this post. Opinions expressed are 100% my own.
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