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Mango Tree restaurants have been around for a while but the latest riverside branch on the banks of the Chao Phraya offers a great opportunity to try out classic Thai and Thai fusion cuisine while enjoying views of Kalayanamit temple and the church of Santa Cruz.
Rating : 17/20
Begin your meal with a portion of tod mun kung, Thai shrimp cakes served with a sweet chilli dip. Larb see krong moo yang—spicy pork spare ribs with herbs and larb powder sprinkled on the top— is also a must-try. It is served with an Isan-style dip that is guaranteed to take your palate on an exciting ride. Another satisfying dish is poo Alaska pad pong karee—stir-fried Alaskan crab in a thick curried egg sauce. As far as single dishes go, try one of the most expensive items on the menu, succulent lobster pad thai. Conclude your meal with either mango sticky rice or something cold and refreshing such as ka thi sod— traditional coconut ice cream with shredded fresh coconut on top of sticky rice.
Rating : 32/40
Drinks here are mostly liquor and a variety of fruity and refreshing cocktails, mocktails and smoothies.
Rating : 15/20
Rating : 14/20