Saturday, November 15, 2014

Mango Tree Bistro's Two Thai Signature Dishes This year

The Mango Tree Bistro branch in Trinoma Mall is a casual Thai dining at its best that is sexy, spicy, and fun. You'll be assured that the Thai foods it serves are of authentic Thai cuisine delivered directly from Thailand to the Philippines.

Mango Tree is the world's biggest Thai restaurant brand. It opens and operates high-end Mango Tree restaurants in many of the world's major capital cities, such as in London, Tokyo, Dubai,  Hong Kong, Pattaya, and in Metro Manila.
Gai Tha Krai  Yang and Grapow Moo served in one plate. The latter is laid on the leaf of iceberg lettuce.

In our recent "foodcrawl" in Trinoma, co-sponsored by the Yummy PhilippineS, we had the opportunity to savor Thai contemporary  cuisine. Ms. Bettina Esguerra, the Marketing Officer, offered us their two signature dishes this year: the Gai Tha Krai  Yang and the Grapow Moo.

The Gai Tha Krai Yang is the "lemongrass chicken" which is a grilled herb chicken skewered in fresh lemongrass stem and served with northeastern Thai dipping sauce.  While the Grapow Moo is a stir-fried pork with garlic, fresh basil, and sliced red chillies.  

The actual serving of Gai Tha Krai Yang (lemongrass chicken) lined with fresh green banana leaf. 

The Mango Tree Bistro - Trinoma branch

The Trinoma branch has that lively, modern interior, wonderful food presentations, and good service.  

The organizers of Trinoma foodcrawl
The interior of Mango Tree Bistro in Trinoma mall
Mr. Trevor McKenzie, the Mango Tree managing director, shares to the Yummy girls and food bloggers his attachment to Thai foods and how he embraced the Thai culture on food.    

Trays of condiments in see-through canisters and imported wines

Related posts:

Mango Tree The Fort
7th Avenue, Bonifacio High Street Central, Global City, Taguig
Mobile (0917)534-9145
Duo (02)217-2367
Landline (02)621-3233

Mango Tree Bistro TriNoma
3/F Trinoma Mall, EDSA cor. North Ave. Quezon City
Mobile (0917)890-2166
Duo (02)585-5460
Landline (02)916-0297

Mango Tree Bistro Greenbelt
Ground Floor, Greenbelt 5, Makati City
Mobile (0917)524-2273
Duo (02)975-9574

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