Authentic Thai Cuisine Opens at Entertainment City

Nestled in the bustling metropolis on the west side of Roxas Boulevard lies a luxurious dining destination enhanced by the invigorating taste of Thai cuisine.

Following its highly successful debut in 2012 at Bonifacio High Street in BGC, Mango Tree has opened its 2nd branch at City of Dreams Manila.

Photo (L-R) Eric Teng, President, Ms. Philippines Eco-Tourism 2021, Ms. Sofia Galve, and Emelda Teng, CEO

The 2nd branch of Mango Tree is located at Upper Ground Level, City of Dreams Manila Contact number: (+63) 9177023023. Mango City of Dreams has private function rooms for small or big gatherings.

The Appetizers and Salads

The first Mango Tree restaurant opened its doors in 1994 in the heart of Bangkok, offering an exciting menu of healthy and authentic Thai cuisine from the 4 regions of Thailand.

The Soup and Vegetables

Each distinctive dish is an artful balance of 4 harmonious flavours; sweet, sour, salty, and spicy, with fresh aromatic herbs as the final touch. Thai cuisine is known to be naturally medicinal and brings health and vigor to every meal.

Grilled and Fried menu

Thai food is eaten with a spoon and a fork, with the spoon being the primary utensil to convey food to the mouth. The fork is mostly used to manipulate food or to take items not eaten with rice (e.g., chunks of fruit).

Curry and Steamed Sea bass with Lime Sauce

Ingredients in each dish are served in bite-sized pieces, removing the need for a knife. In the case that you need to cut food into smaller slices, use your fork and spoon to tear it apart.

The Rice and Desserts

Over the years, the pioneering restaurant group behind Mango Tree has expanded with over six branches nationwide including Mango Tree Cafe—a concept that aims to offer the Thai dining experience in a casual and hip atmosphere compared to the upscale ambiance of Mango Tree.

Visit their social media; Facebook/Instagram: @MangoTreeManila Menu:

Written by Village Connect

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