Celebrate Thai Street Food Festival at Mango Tree Bistro






Whenever I go abroad part of my itinerary is to make sure I try their famous street food like the Shawarma in Iran, Palafel and Hummus in Abu Dhabi and Takoyaki in  Hongkong.

THAILAND has always been one of my dream destinations as their cuisine is said to be among the worlds best.

If there is anything that Thailand knows best, it is definitely their street food. This has been proven over the years with their reputation as an internationally known destination for street food and their annual Songkran Festival.

But finding time to sched a trip has been busy thankfully you dont have  to book a flight to Thailand to taste their awesome streetfood...  All you have to do is drop by at any Mango Tree Bistro. And check out Tom Yum Chicken Poppers, Salmon Skin Crisps (Chicharon), Tom Yum Fries and Pork Dynamite, and their Halo Halo prepared by Chef  Prapun Sampungpong or Chef Tum.

Mango Tree launched Thai Street Food Festival last April 19 together with Chef Tum.

Chef Prapun Sampungpong or Chef Tum prepared an interesting line-up of dishes and street food favorites from across Thailand. These includes Tom Yum Chicken Poppers, Salmon Skin Crisps (Chicharon), Tom Yum Fries and Pork Dynamite, and my favorite Halo Halo.



The first Thai food that was served was the appetizer Mango Salad, it is salty sweet and spicy, good enough to start up a meal, it has become my instant favorite at the moment.

Mango Salad

Their Pork Dynamite is crunchy, spicy and tasty, best to pair with Singha beer.
Pork Dynamite

Salmon Skin Chicharon


Salmon Chicharon is salmon skin with  lemon grass and garlic aioli, it is crunchy and a bit salty, best to partner with their personal dip.




And to celebrate this authenticity, Mango Tree and Mango Tree Bistro are holding a Thai Street Food Festival from April 20 until May 15 to offer diners a symphony of visual delight and an explosion of unique, gastronomic flavors and spices.



Chef Prapun Sampungpong or Chef Tum for short, the new executive chef on board, has meticulously designed an interesting line-up of dishes and street food favorites from across Thailand. These will include items such as Tom Yum Chicken Poppers, Salmon Skin Crisps (Chicharon), Tom Yum Fries and Pork Dynamite, among others. The festival selection promises to be a culinary experience worth coming back for, to be enjoyed by many. Other items to look forward to include the Pla Meuk Thod or Fried Squid Rings; the Goong Phad Wonsen or Stir-fried Glass Noodles with Shrimps; and the Larb Pla Meuk or Spicy Squid Salad. And definitely not to be missed is the Thai style halo-halo!

Singha Beer


Mango Tree is a global Thai food brand and this month-long event, which will take place in all Mango Tree and Mango Tree Bistro branches, is a testament to Thailand’s culture, authenticity and bursting flavors. It is in cooperation with Singha Beer and the Thai Trade Commission.







Located at 7th Ave. Bonifacio High Street Central, Bonifacio Global City, Mango Tree is open from 11am to 3pm and 5:30 to 11:30pm daily. Mango Tree Bistro, located at the 3rd level of TriNoma in Quezon City is open from 11am to 9pm, while the Greenbelt 3 branch in Makati, operates from 11am to 11pm daily.


For reservations, please contact 621-3233 or 0917 534-2273 for Mango Tree BGC; 916-0297 or 0917 890-2166 for Mango Tree Bistro TriNoma, and 576-9052 or 0917-524-2273 for Mango Tree Bistro Greenbelt 3.



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