The vast dining hall at Mango Tree has high ceilings, a long banquette and evenly distributed tables. The effect, when combined with the simple dark-wood decor and Asian-inspired tableware, is reminiscent of a resort restaurant in South-east Asia. Popular with workers from nearby offices, the restaurant and cocktail bar are often noisy and bustling at night.
|Venue name:||Mango Tree||Contact:|
46 Grosvenor Place
|Opening hours:||Lunch served noon-3pm Mon-Sat. Dinner served 6-11pm Mon-Wed; 6-11.30pm Thur-Sat. Meals served noon-10.30pm Sun.|
|Transport:||Tube: Victoria tube/rail|
|Price:||Main courses £12.50-£26. Set lunch £17 2 courses, £20 3 courses.|
This is a very nice restaurant, vert nic e decor and very attentive staff who always have a smile- really makes all the difference. Dishes were ok, had the steak stirloin salad-bit on the rare side- but mains (Yellow Monkfish Curry) was very nice. Dishes were served relatively quickly and overall ambiance very nice. Would recommend for a date or a girly catch-up!
Best Thai restaurant in the world. Food, service and atmosphere never dissapoints. Will be returning again very soon.
It was a total disappointment for a fine dining Thai restaurant! We went to Mango Tree Thai restaurant for my birthday dinner, we always wanted to try this place as it looks good from the outside when we walk or drive pass the restaurant. When we first arrived we were told by the receptionist to wait at the bar even though the majority of the table were empty! Unfortunately I must say that we were both utterly disappointed with the meal that we received as we both love Thai food very much, we feel a bit sorry to say this but it's our genuine thoughts after having meal in Mango tree, it is the worst Thai meal we have ever had in London! Comparing to other Thai fine dining restaurants like Blue Elephant and Patara, we expected the food to be presented with interesting garnishing and good tasty food, but Mango Tree is over charging on price for the food quality that they provide! We have been to some non-fine dining Thai restaurant in London and we had much better meals compare to what we had in Mango Tree. We ordered grill Thai chicken marinated with coconut and some other beautiful ingredients, it turn out to be like a chicken dessert if you can imagine the taste! Everything was too sweet on the plate, the chicken were sweet as well as the source and I couldn't finish the dish, we special requested for "green leaf only" stir-fry vegetables as we don't like mixed vegetables, but it still came to us as mixed vegetables that taste like they have put too much sugar in it. We do love Thai dessert but we don't appreciate our main course to taste as sweet as dessert! At the end of the meal we were literally have the same thought which is we will never ever come back to this restaurant again! The only good point that we would like to make is the staffs are quite attentive, although the waiter could not delivered our order according to our request. *The above comments are based on the experience of our first visit in this restaurant. Overall it was a total disappointment!