January 08, 2018

Mango Tree in BGC: Authentic Thai Without the Flight

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  • Update: Mango Tree is currently closed for renovations. They will reopen in October 2018.

    One of the country’s staples when it comes to Thai cuisine, Mango Tree has more than held its own alongside other restaurants in High Street Central. The famous Thai restaurant has stores in Bangkok, Tokyo, London, Hong Kong, Dubai etc. One of only three stores certified as “Thailand Select” by the Thai Department of Commerce.

    Mango Tree in Bonifacio High Street Central, BGC Taguig

    Mango Tree is an international brand that offers authentic Thai cuisines with ingredients imported from Thailand. They offer exquisite Thai dishes that even made the former first lady Imelda Marcos a regular. The restaurant serves true and unforgettable Thai cuisine experience.

    Mango Sticky Rice (Php 280) that is one of their current bestseller

    Fried Seabass with Tamarind Sauce (Php 1,150) 

    Go full-on Thai with your meal by getting their Deep Fried Seabass with Sweet Chili Sauce (Php 1,080), which goes well with their Thai beer. You can also switch it up by going with a different sauce: lemongrass (Php 1,080), Miang Kham (Php 1,080), or garlic (Php 980).

    Crab with Yellow Curry Sauce (Php 980) for a moderately spicy curry

    Want something with a bit more oomph? Try their Crab with Yellow Curry Sauce (Php 980).

    Massaman Curry Lamb Shank (Php 850)

    Other curries include their massaman curry that uses ram’s shin meat that is firm as most lamb meats are but not too difficult to chew. The sauce is faintly sweet and creamy and not too spicy.

    Green Curry Seafood (Php 650)

    Go fresh with their Pomelo Salad with Prawns (Php 420) or their Miang Kham (Php 380), a savory-sweet cold starter with crispy coconut, herbs, bitter leaves, and chutney.

    NOTHING LIKE A LITTLE DIY. Start your meal right with Miang Kahm (P380).

    FRESH FROM ‘THE GARDEN’. Mango Tree’s fresh Pomelo Salad with Prawns (Php 420) is another great starter.

    End your meal right with their Mango Cheesecake (Php 250).

    Mango Cheesecake (Php 250)

    Hungry? Good. Now head on over to Mango Tree, located at Bonifacio High Street Central, 7th Ave., Bonifacio Global City, Taguig. They’re open from Sundays to Thursdays, 11 am to 3 pm and 5:30 pm to 11:30 pm; and Fridays to Saturdays until 1 am.

    They have bistro branches in Trinoma and Greenbelt 5 too for a more relaxed, casual setting.

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