Manila’s world-renowed Thai restaurant, Mango Tree, celebrated their fruitful first anniversary last March, which is why from March 23 to April 30, Mango Tree Bonifacio High Street and Mango Tree Bistro in TriNoma and Greenbelt 5 released a number of emphasized food items to present to their loyal customers.
The highlighted dishes include Talay Ruam Mit, a hot seafood platter boasting grilled prawns, grilled squid, grilled crab, and a trio of sauces, Phad Thai Jay, Thai stir-fried rice noodles with mixed vegetables and tofu, Gai Phed Med Ma-maung, stir-fried chicken with cashew nuts, capsicum and onion, Yum Mamuang, green mango salad with peanuts and grated coconut, and Spaghetti Salmon, stir-fried spaghetti with salmon and sweet basil.
Mango Tree definitely lives up to their vision of guaranteeing every customer is fulfilled with the intricacy of tastes by using only the best and freshest ingredients, an assortment of nutritious organic herbs and spices, and the cooking lifestyle that generates an unforgettable experience of Thai cuisine.
In thanksgiving of a successful first year, Mango Tree joins Project: Brave Kids, and their war against childhood cancer.
Project: Brave Kids was established by Paul and Sigrid Perez, parents to Seve, who suffers from acute lymphocytic leukemia. Despite the trials, Seve remains to be a cheerful, playful, active and very inquisitive boy who shows tremendous courage. And it is this spirit that inspires them to help hundreds of other children battling cancer and whose families are having a difficult time financially.
Part of Mango Tree’s proceeds from the food highlight will go directly to Project: Brave Kids, in support of all their projects lined up for 2013.
When in Manila, look for nothing but the best when it comes to Thai cuisine. Visit Mango Tree and indulge in dishes that explode of flavors.
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7th Ave. Bonifacio High Street Central, Taguig City