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Mango Tree
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4.0 of 5 stars  342 Reviews


Souk Al Bahar, Dubai

Estimated Price: (Starter + Main + Drink)

170 AED


Thai Restaurant



Restaurant Hours

Sun - Wed: 12 PM - 12 AM,
Thu - Sat: 12 PM - 12 AM

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  • "The view"

    2 Reviewed 2014-04-21 01:35:47 By Michaela288

    Only the view from the terrace worth that money. The staff was nice and trying to help, but food was tasteless and shripms overcooked...deffinitely bad choice for us...

  • "Triple Tick"

    4 Reviewed 2014-04-20 01:49:36 By Brett P

    Great place to take visitors, as you can tick off seeing the Burj Khalifa, Dubai Fountain show & a lovely dinner all in one go. Make sure you book well ahead, as they're really popular & ask for an outside table next to the balcony railing, so you get the best view of the water & light show. Having spent the previous 4-5 years living in Singapore & visited Thailand a number of times, the food overall wasn't anything incredible, but nothing to complain about either (except fish cakes were a bit tough/chewy). Restaurant serves alcohol, with beer/glass of wine around 45Dhs & a bottle of wine start at 250Dhs. Quite a bustling place & a bit pricey, though of course you get (with a good table) the free show & great experience. Would thoroughly recommend going.

  • "marvellous Mango Tree!"

    5 Reviewed 2014-04-09 09:13:58 By Rachel C

    We visited on our first evening in Dubai, and what a way to start our holiday! we had a balcony table for two and it was stunning! the view of the signing fountains is out of this world, amazing! The atmosphere, service, food and ambiance is brilliant, would go back in a heartbeat!

  • "Nice outdoor seating woth best view on fountains"

    5 Reviewed 2014-04-05 11:47:39 By Me M

    We reserved at this restaurant based on the eeviewa it had. I waa not disappointed at al. Excellent Tom Yom soup, shrimp wonton etc. Reception excellent Service excellent but a little bit in a hurry Food excellent Venue excellent I wouls recommend this restaurant after sunset.

  • "A tree with no mango"

    3 Reviewed 2014-04-05 11:28:25 By Allyemo

    Disappointed in the meal and the staff. We were rushed from start to finish. No children's section ie. main meals done smaller portions. They settled For chicken fried rice. We ordered chicken with peppers and onion a sea bass in garlic and a seafood. All were average nothing to wow you... The only wowing was the fountain display. Lemongrass creme brûlée was over powering... Too much ginger , mango cheescake was ok. Overall I rate as 3 I wouldn't go back. I'd rather go next door....!


Rating: 7.4/10
  • AngelMar 01, 2014

    Food is so overrated - the stir fried morning glory is too salty, crispy soft shell crab is soggy. Mango Tree in Bangkok & Hong Kong are so much better. In Dubai, I would just stick with Smiling BKK.

  • FranciscoJan 16, 2014

    Fried soft shell crab mango salad it's amazing!

  • NataDec 24, 2013

    Почитала подказки.., действительно Зелененое карри супер.. а том Ям необычен.....

  • AnishaDec 20, 2013

    Great view of the fountains but customer service is AWFUL. This is the 3rd time I've come & wont be returning. Staff ignore you, dont do as they say, pretend that other tables are reserved. Bad move.

  • JNov 24, 2013

    Great food and atmosphere!

  • RomeOct 10, 2013

    You're paying more for the view. Food is so-so.

  • SafiyaSep 21, 2013

    Awful customer service, they don't change your cutlery between meals, they don't provide you with napkins unless the table is already set or you ask for them. Roof is moldy too. Bottom line stay away!

  • FerryMay 28, 2013

    Reserve in advance to get a table with a good view.

  • AdnanMay 10, 2013

    Always enjoy it. Amazing shrimp cakes, duck with sweet and sour sauce and jasmine rice.

  • SultanApr 23, 2013

    One of my favorite Thai restaurants. Try their Tom yum soup, mixed appetizer platter, and their absolutely delicious Pad Thai Goong! Enjoy the food while sitting outdoors, amazing view & ambience!

  • SalemApr 09, 2013

    The Mango Tree.....and they ran out of Mango Cheesecake ????

  • AbdullahMar 26, 2013

    Really this is a bad place to eat your better off eating in a food court and you would save a lot of money the only reason I would consider going again is to sit outside and enjoy the view

  • BrijendraMar 25, 2013

    Never order spicy stuff, they serve it to spicy even for Indian palette. Otherwise it's a very good place to eat. Also in desert try Mano dish

  • OmarFeb 19, 2013

    Great food and view. Good service as well. Book in advance if you want a table outside as it gets busy even on weekdays. #faja3

  • JuliaFeb 01, 2013

    Had dinner there last night and must say not too impressed with the food. Place was packed due to the fountain view but there are definitely more authentic Thai restaurants in Dubai

  • StefanDec 29, 2012

    It just took more than 45 minutes between order and serving the food with just a few guests in the restaurant.

  • AndrewNov 16, 2012

    "we have a lot of reservations" is a total lie to get you to sit in the part of the restaurant without a view.

  • SolDec 01, 2011

    lovely lunch course

  • TorstenOct 25, 2011

    special menue with thai specials and composition of wine ( wine pairship menue) amazing!

  • SiddharthAug 02, 2011

    One of the few places in Dubai where spicy actually means spicy. Try the Duck in Red Curry preperation which is served inside a pineapple!


Mango Tree’s new lunch menu; does it live up to its London sibling?

16 Feb 2011

Dubai; Only two more weeks until Taste of Dubai arrives, so we’re cracking on with another restaurant previewthe London-based Thai concept, Mango Tree at Souk Al Bahar I should highlight that FooDiva and a bunch of fellow foodie bloggers were invited to sample the new lunchtime menu, but note impartiality still prevails

If there’s one thing I’ve learned from the hospitality industry over far too many years it’s location, location, location And Mango Tree has prime position overlooking Dubai’s dancing fountains, which by the way now perform during the day as well (for DSF I expect) Naturally it has both an indoor and outdoor seating areamind you it’s very cold and blustery these days, so FooDiva says sit inside for now

The new Head Chef, Paul Kennedy, who also oversees the Mirfif City Centre outlet, has created two three-course menus (each with eight dishes!), which diners are welcome to inter-change Here’s the one we sampled;

Starters; fresh salmon salad with lemongrass, red onion, chilli and lime dressing, deep fried crispy green papaya salad, and hot and spicy chicken soup with vegetables

A couple of Thai salads

Mains; wok-fried US rib eye beef with kale, ginger and spicy soy sauce, Tom yum steamed sea bass with spicy lime sauce and accompanied with steamed bok choy in a light soy sauce and vegetable egg fried rice

Dessert; choc

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Ambassador's Verdicts
4 |   Posted on Jan 30, 2014
The restaurant is located on the 1st floor of Souk Al Bahar, overlooking the fountains, absolutely beautiful setting. I am yet to visit a Thai restaurant that has a menu that isn’t huge, Mango Tree is no exception, literally sp...
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