Unlimited Thai food, along with extended happy hours, and a vibe that’s reminiscent of Bangkok’s street food stands and you have Mango Tree Thai Bistro’s FAB new Friday brunch.
Be completely transported to either a Bangkok you’ve yet to visit, or nostalgic of the one you have.
With an eclectic mix of Thai and international songs, walls plastered with OG Thai ads and sayings AND the sweet-and-sour scent that make up most of this rich cuisine’s savoury dishes- it’s a trip minus the flight.
Try dishes from different Thai regions- the more flava, the better
Sweet, salty and with a sour taste that adds up to the delight that is pad see ew, no one can say no to this magical combination that tastes just as good as its aroma. Chefs at Mango Tree Thai Bistro will even prepare this on the live stations- so you feel like you’re at the city’s sidewalk, waiting with your baht in hand and eagerness to eat in another.
Comfort foods like the classic tom yum, refreshing drinks with entertaining live-cooking and a DJ performance are all at the Bangkok Street Brunch- starting on October 4, 2019.
Brunch like a champ at Mango Tree Thai Bistro’s beautiful spread of buffet
Imagine all your fave Thai street food coming to life, with live cooking by Chef Atip and his AHMAYZING sous-chefs from Mango Tree Thai Bistro.
Thai Cold & salad corner stands will also be intact to feed all your cravings, with a separate corner for deep-fried and grilled foods, Som Tham Khao Pod station (Fresh green papaya with popular street food Som tum shrimps) or Som Tam Khao Pod live Station (sweet corn cherry tomato, long bean Thai chili with homemade tamarind dressing), Thai main dish corners and a live ice-cream station.
What you can expect:
Pla Nueng Se Ew (a steamed fish fillet with Thai Herbs and soya bean sauce), Thai Deep Fried & Grilled Corner and the live dessert station- don’t worry, you also get to indulge in hops during this brunch.
Among the variety of main dishes, two will most definitely stand out as a must-try for any Thai food aficionados: the Gaeng Daeng Red curry with chicken breast, eggplant, pea aubergine, and basil leaves and Phad Priew Wan Goong, sweet and sour shrimps.
Talk about a satisfied tummy.
Your choice of indoors or outdoors?
Totally up to you, Mango Tree Thai Bistro’s got some pretty aesthetic designs in both areas, not to mention wide spaces that are great for families or a group of friends.
Be entertained by DJ Eva- who’ll bring the house down
The important bits:
The Bangkok Street Brunch *with an extended happy hour*, starts from 1-4pm, with the early Happy Hour between 4-7pm that will include 30% off on selected beverages- and a live DJ performance, on Fridays and all weekend-long.
This will set you back AED149 with soft beverages and AED299 with house bevvies.
What a deal!
Reserve your spots as SOON as you can
Remember, this Thai brunch launches next month, Friday, October 4th.
Call 04 374 7555 to reserve your seats.