Mango tree is a brand name when it comes to producing the best Thai Cuisine. They have conquered Bangkok, Dubai, London, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Doha and the Philippines.
Last March 27, 2012, Mango Tree had it's grand opening at Fort Bonifacio, Taguig. This is the third branch. Other branches are located at Quezon city and Makati.
There was a photo booth outside where you can be an instant celebrity.
This guy was surely enjoying his Thai pose with the girls.
Mango Tree has a number of wines in their menu.
The interior design was a modern bar themed fine dinning restaurant.
Tweetie De Leon-Gonzales, one of the early birds in the party =)
Some of the VIPs having a picture with Emelda Teng (one of the owners)
Hayden Kho. Jr., Carlo Gonzales, Luane Dy, Suzie Entrata-Abrera and Paolo Abrera.
Crystalle Henares and Vicki Belo
A very refreshing Thai iced tea.
Free flowing drinks.
The first batch of food, ready to be served.
Some of the appetizers we have tasted.
Thai Cuisine has always fascinated my tastebuds - a mix of sweet, spicy and salty.
Check out how packed the place was.
guests enjoying the buffet table.
a Thailand cultural dance was performed for entertainment.
Dancers gracefully dancing with candles.
Ornusa Cadness, Senya Smith and friend
Ruffa Gutierrez with Crystalle Henares
Mango Tree, being a casual fine dining restaurant, ensures every guest has their memorable experience with its Thai lifestyle cooking and warm hospitality.
After the tremendous success of 2 previous outlets of Mango Tree Bistro in Quezon City and Makati City, Mother Spice Food Corp. unfurls the new Mango Tree with the memorable tagline, “Thai Cuisine at its Best”, serving as the city’s new dining beacon subsequent to its popular outlets in Bangkok, Dubai, London, Tokyo, Hong Kong and Doha.
"Thai Cuisine at its Best"
7th Avenue, Bonifacio High Street Central,
Global City, Taguig, Philippines
Sundays to Thursdays: 11AM - 3PM; 5:30PM - 11:30PM
Fridays and Saturdays: 11AM - 3PM; 5:30PM- 1 AM
For Reservations: 217-2367; 0917-534-9145