A leading Asian dining venue, with restaurants situated in over 10 countries across the world, Mango Tree Thai Bistro is set to open in Dubai.
The contemporary space is located at Hilton Dubai The Walk and doors will officially open on 6 February 2019. The venue promises to serve up authentic Thai flavours and new creations prepared by the in-house team and head chef, Atip Intarakased.
The menu will feature an array of dishes from the four regions of Thailand, alongside introducing some items that are familiar to the local palate.
Guests can expect dishes such as watermelon salad with hand grinded dry shrimps floss, an ancient Thai recipe from the Royal palace that has been revived, along with new trends like som tam corn salad. The menu will also feature other unique signature dishes such as spicy beef short ribs soup, jungle curry from the mountainous regions, and massaman leg of lamb inspired from the South of Thailand.
Guests can also quench their thirst by sipping on beverages such as the mango tree mule and mango basiltini curated in by Bangkok’s mixologist, complimented with a Thai tapas bar menu and Thai flatbread creations.
The family-friendly venue offers a seating capacity of 156 guests and includes a terrace.
“We are excited to have such a well-known restaurant brand open at our hotel. The concept is authentic and the food is full of flavours. We are confident Mango Tree Thai Bistro will see great success. We can’t wait to open the doors to our guests at Hilton Dubai The Walk,” said Andreas Searty, cluster general manager, Hilton Dubai Jumeirah, Hilton Dubai The Walk and Hilton Dubai Creek.
“Our new Mango Tree Thai Bistro promises to deliver something never seen in the region, a vibrant dining destination that is less formal than traditional Thai restaurants. Hilton Dubai The Walk attracts a large number of families and guests for extended stays, so this bold bistro concept with indoor seating and outdoor patio will be perfectly suited to guests who want a casual place to dine, couples, and groups of friends seeking a fun and lively evening out,” said Trevor MacKenzie, Mango Tree’s global managing director.