Thai cuisine’s subtle layering of flavours is increasingly replacing the ubiquitous Indian curry as the nation’s favourite food, but with so many restaurants to choose from how can you be sure of quality? Mango Tree, situated in the heart of Belgravia, close to Buckingham palace, is a part of London that will be forever Thailand. Like its original branch back in Bangkok, the restaurant offers exquisite Thai cuisine in a modern, stylish venue.
The spacious, welcoming interior is carefully lit, reminiscent of the restaurants in Thailand and has been feng-shui designed to enhance the dining experience. Guests will appreciate the traditional thai service and world-renowned hospitality.
Having appeared on BBC1’s MasterChef and recently mentioned in chapter 10 of J.K. Rowling’s novel the silkworm as a Thai institution in Belgravia, Mango Tree offers innovative yet classic cuisine of the highest calibre. Using the very finest ingredients sourced from the best suppliers, both locally and abroad, the restaurant serves genuine Thai dishes from each of the four main culinary regions: rich and mild dishes from the north, spicy food from the east, mild dishes influenced by the Chinese cooking style from the central region, and hot and spicy food from the south.
Diners can choose from dishes such as pla pow, a grilled fillet of sea bass wrapped in banana leaf and fresh lemon grass served with spicy lime sauce, larb pla tuna, a north-eastern-style tuna salad with dry chilli and lemon grass or gaeng kiew wan gai, corn-fed chicken in green curry.
The team at Mango Tree is committed to offering customers a wonderful dining experience with a taste of warm Thai hospitality.