{Sister’s} Mango Tree {First} Experience 

Last weekend my sister and I had the pleasure of tasting out Mango Tree Restaurant‘s menu in Harrods London. Whilst I have been to Harrods many times I had never tried Mango Tree before nor Thai food for that matter. This was a great opportunity for both my sister and I to try Thai food and also bond. I feel it was important for my sister to share her thoughts and experience at Mango Tree Restaurant. I will be sharing a full and thorough review of our thoughts about the restaurant and the food. With minor input {grammatical error corrections} here is my sister’s Mango Tree Experience in her own words.

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 Sister’s Mango Tree Experience 

As someone who’s never tried Thai food. I found the menu very easy to understand and full of variety . My sister and I tried the dim sum. I’ve heard of the word dim sum but I’ve never tried it. Dim sum is basically a small bowl of tiny parcels, filled with either sea food or meat. Very, very delicious. I dipped my parcels in hot sauce or sweet chili sauce and I thoroughly enjoyed this process.

Starter or was it first dish??

The first platter that we had, had 7 pieces of heaven and came with a soup which had more parcels in them of chicken or prawns! It was delicious, I am salivating just thinking back to our lunch. As this was my first time, I had water as a chosen drink to wash the food down. I thought this was a wise decision because I didn’t want anything to alter the flavours and I’d occasionally sip some soup every now and then.

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Then we had a fried platter, which was just another plate of deliciousness! This one had duck & cucumber, chicken, prawn spring rolls and golden phoenix. This platter was divine! I couldn’t believe it! Why have I never tried Thai food before! At this point we’d then got some wine, {well I did}. My sister chose to have a hibiscus cocktail and I stuck to my Pinot, red of course!

Main or third dish!!!

While we were devouring the fried platter after clearing the Dim Sum platter we thought of what else we could try. I think at one point we were munching and chomping down the food so fast! Just cause we couldn’t get enough of the deliciousness that was the platters. Never had I thought I would get full from a started and if it wasn’t such a faux par I would’ve licked the plate.

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Then to finish off our experience we had the most tender, mouth-watering pork ribs EVER! Now usually when you think about ribs you think meat and bones but these ribs, came in a little cube like style and were covered in sauce! Which was just everything! At this point my sister could only manage one and I was only too happy to finish off the plate! The meat was so so so soft, I wish knew the words to describe this! So soft and full of flavour! Again another plate licking moment.

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Final thoughts

This is definitely a restaurant that’s worth the money and experience! A good place to go with your family or friends, you definitely get to experience a piece of Thailand.  The staff was so amazing, very attentive and loveliness about them. There was never a moment our glasses of water were empty nor our area not cleaned. You get to experience such amazing and calm atmosphere in such a wonderful {loud} place. We found the menu was simple and yet nicely laid out with enough options to fill you up. I am glad to have had this chance to share my Mango Tree experience and excited to go back one day.

Disclosure: We were guest of Mango Tree Restaurants, regardless all opinion shared is our own. A July Dreamer only recommends products and places we’ve tried or would try ourselves. Read our disclosure policy HERE.

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