Mango Tree

About

The highly recommended and award-winning Mango Tree serves mouth-watering traditional Thai cuisine to an eclectic clientele in Belgravia, conveniently near Buckingham Palace in South West London. Popular with the business crowd, particularly when it comes to post-work dinners, Mango Tree is a contemporary and chic venue that is typical of its East Asian roots in every aspect, from the Feng Shui decor and world-renowned Thai hospitality to the classic and creative culinary delights to be discovered in the menus.Every region of Thailand is represented here. You can enjoy the mild dishes of the North, the spicy delicacies of the East, the Chinese-style cooking of Central Thailand, and the tantalisingly hot dishes from the South. First-time diners are recommended to sample signature dishes, including Som Tum, a classic papaya salad, Pad Ka Pow Pak, stir-fried mixed vegetables with chilli, and Ponlamai Ruam Mit, the seasonal exotic fruit platter served with mango sauce.Mango Tree also hosts a range of special events such as vegetarian and lobster festivals, not to mention the exceptionally unique Thai High Tea. Enjoy a warm and welcoming dining experience in an envious location at Mango Tree.

Prices

Typical meal price: From £26.00 (USD32.73) per diner

£26 to £40

Venue Details & Map

Mango Tree

Address
48 Grosvonor Place
London
SW1X 7EQ

Yelp Reviews

3.5 out of 5 based on 84 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Mango Tree

3.0 out of 5 13 November 2016
by Natalie W.

Nice restaurant with good food (with lots of interesting dishes on the menu, as well as the classics) and service but ultimately it's very expensive for what it is. I would say if you want reliable Thai food and don't care about the price, this is good, but otherwise there just have to be other options that are better value. I enjoyed the sharp and spicy flavour tom yum soup but found my salad...more

3.0 out of 5 17 October 2016
by Yuen P L.

The service is very good, the setting is refined and the atmosphere relaxed but the food itself was mostly ordinary. Food is served with attention to presentation with the tofu starter, Pandan-leaf-wrapped chicken and egg mesh on top of the Pad Thai being visual highlights. The roast duck is very much a Cantonese dish and the seafood noodles are basically seafood ho fun. There is nothing wrong...more

4.0 out of 5 29 August 2016
by Joel L.

Thai to Try in London

On the recommendation of our hotel staff, we decided to give the Mango Tree a try.

At home, we are in a Thai restaurant desert. We are always eager to try Thai restaurants when we are away from home. Mango Tree is a winner. Our dishes were served hot and full of that distinctive Thai flavor. Our dishes of Rack of Lamb and the Wok Seafood Assortment were excellent.The...more

4.0 out of 5 28 March 2016
by Sheetal M.

This was the second time I've been to Mango Tree and it was good in comparison to the first time!

The food was great and the service was excellent. The only drawback was that it was for a family birthday and we did feel a bit rushed however that's probably to be expected as it was a Friday night.

In terms of food, I definitely recommend the duck and the lamb massaman curry!!more

3.0 out of 5 26 June 2015
by Pamela S.

I have visited 'The Mango Tree' on two occasions. My first experience was better than my second. Based on the second, I wouldn't go again.

Food: The food is in general good. I think though it all depends on what you get. The first time I went we ordered loads of starters and I they were good. The second time I went for main dishes too. The chicken for one was didn't taste great and I ended up...more

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