Mango Tree has been serving authentic Thai dishes for over 20 years. The first Mango Tree opened its doors in the heart of Bangkok in 1994. It has ever since grown into an International chain with restaurants now in Bangkok, London, Tokyo, Kuching, Manila, Hong Kong, Dubai and very soon, Abu Dhabi and Washington DC.
Here in Dubai, Mango Tree is located in the exclusive Souk Al Bahar. Set against the stunning backdrop of the Burj Khalifa and The Dubai Fountain, the restaurants ambience includes both the exclusivity required for business meetings and the intimacy desired for a romantic dinner.
Mango Tree is fully licensed and is stocked with the finest beverages. Our Wine pairing menus, Laidback Brunches, Chef’s specials and the best terrace in Souk Al Bahar make Mango Tree the preferred choice among discerning diners.
Reserve your experience at Mango Tree today!
Laidback Evening Brunch - Every Monday 7pm - 11pm @ AED 299 per person (All you can eat and drink house beverages)
Laidback Weekend Brunch - Fri's and Sat's 1pm to 4pm @ AED 245 per person (All you can eat and drink house beverages)
Wine Pairing Menu - 6 courses with paired wines @ AED 295 per person
Souk Al Bahar, Dubai
Estimated Price: (Starter + Main + Drink)
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JamalReview on Apr 25, 20141The service is too badReply
FARAHNAZ BIBI JAMALOODEENReview on Jan 22, 20141We were a group of 4 adults and 1 child and were very keen to dine s as to watch the fountain show. We arrived 30 mins earlier, they refuse access to us which is very unkind as we travel from a long way for that. At least, they could have told us to wait in the lobby or just to take a drink so as to wait for our turn. very unkind and unpleasant staff! Better to go to Al-hallab in Dubai Mall, these people are more caring to client and menu is great. We were highly satisfied both by menus and attittudes, Reply
Mr Alva CushnieReview on Jan 19, 20144atmosphere brilliant, view from terrace of fountains fantastic, with superb food and seviceReply
Massimiliano FinamoreReview on Jan 15, 20144Best place to watch fountains spectacles!!!Reply
MimsiReview on Jan 11, 20141the view on the terrace is great- but the restaurant does not inform anyone that there are some tables on the left side of the corner from the terrace- not facing the great view on the fountains and burj kalifa and so we were very unhappy to had that bad chance to be sitted in that corner...Reply
Janice GlaserReview on Jan 09, 20144Lunch was good. The view of the fountains was excellent, which is what we wanted. The business lunch is a little tricky. They only bring a regular menu. You have to know about the business lunch special, and you must specifically ask for it. It is too bad they don't bring both menus together. Reply
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"Nice way to see fountains"Reviewed 2014-09-16 10:34:36 By Bedrock_LP
Came with friends who live in Dubai to have dinner and watch the fountains. Can confirm the view is great of the shows, but wouldn't worry too much about an outside table as there is enough room to go outside for each show and back to table. Might help if the outside weather is Dubai like. Anyway as per the ratings everything is very good here... food, service, value for money. It's not the best restaurant we ate at, but it is one we could comfortably send anyone to. Tried about 8 dishes overall and the Pad Thai and lamb shank were highlights and were excellent. The fish in banana leaves was only ok and I'd find something else. If your looking for a good meal and to watch the fountains, Mango Tree is the place to go.
"Great food, but quite pricey for what it is..."Reviewed 2014-09-12 11:39:24 By Ali M
The food is no better than Thiptara, but the bill for 8 people here cost about 40% more than at Thiptara which is just downstairs in the palace hotel.
"Amazing view "Reviewed 2014-09-09 05:52:22 By midztin
I came to this restaurant with three of my other friends.the view was amazing.I had requested a table outside while doing reservation,so they dint make me disappointed,got a really nice table.food was very delicious.staff who looked after us was very helpful and knowledgeable.I will return back soon.
"Favourite in Dubai"Reviewed 2014-09-09 03:49:56 By Tashkat
This is one of my favourite restaurants in Dubai. Definitely some of the best Thai I have eaten. Lovely cocktails. Great service.
"Good ambiance,flavorfull food and very warm welcoming from the hostess"Reviewed 2014-09-02 14:42:39 By shenkat
Great experience ever had in all the restaurant here in dubai from their frontliner they greet and walk us to our table (but just to advice you if u want to be seated on their beautiful terrace you need to book in advance) As we seated on our reserve table which is on their terrace the waiter name gerber assist and recommend us some of their famous dish which we have, jumbo prawns with sweet sour sauce and the very tasty phad thai noodles.his very attentive and well served. the ambiance was so nice even thou its lil bit humid we really enjoy the dancing fountain show. overall experience was amazing.good value of money and recommendable.
- NouraJun 27, 2014
One of my best Thai restaurants, I love their egg fried noodles with chicken and soy sauce, black pepper beef, and the sweet and sour chicken with cashew nuts. Their spring roll noodles are also good.
- AnoudyJun 25, 2014
Their food's extremely delicious! Try the black pepper beef, sweet&sour chicken with cashew nuts, noodle spring roles with sweet chili sauce, & egg fried noodles with chicken & soy sauce.
- 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
Mango Tree’s new lunch menu; does it live up to its London sibling?
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
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
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