Mango Tree

Level 1, Souk Al Bahar, Downtown Boulevard, Dubai

About Mango Tree

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

Estimated Price:

(Starter + Main + Drink)

170 AED



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it was good but not great had no comments


Great brunch

Gerlyn Mae Dela Rosa had no comments

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The service is too bad

We 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,

atmosphere brilliant, view from terrace of fountains fantastic, with superb food and sevice

Best place to watch fountains spectacles!!!

the 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...

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"Great Food Selection with Great Service at a Prime Location"

James F reviewed on Mar 24, 2015


Filippo P reviewed on Mar 24, 2015

"Wonderful Meal with a Fabulous View"

Tina H reviewed on Mar 21, 2015

"Excellent service and food"

TPant696 reviewed on Mar 20, 2015

"Loved it"

hubz72 reviewed on Mar 17, 2015

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Anglju Jan 27, 2015

Lovely view on fountains. Better book a table outside before going there in the evening.

Peter Dec 02, 2014

Great food. Get a table overlooking the fountain.

Leerio Sep 29, 2014

Concierge invitation at Mango Tree...

Noura Jun 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.

Anoudy Jun 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.

Angel Mar 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.

Francisco Jan 16, 2014

Fried soft shell crab mango salad it's amazing!

Nata Dec 24, 2013

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

Anisha Dec 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.

J Nov 24, 2013

Great food and atmosphere!


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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