Banishing the bland, Belgravia’s fine-dining Thai restaurant Mango Tree is going curry crazy to celebrate their most popular dish this March. Introducing a fiery fortnight of flavour from 9th – 22nd, diners can indulge in four new invigorating curries, courtesy of executive chef Mark Read.

With a cuisine historically influenced by Eastern and Western techniques, Thai food is a deliciously unique explosion of fresh tastes and textures. Sweet and sour, bitter and spicy, a host of culinary contrasts make Thai food a firm favourite, with all being showcased in Mango Tree’s Curry Festival.

Known for an intense but short-lived kick, there has never been a better time to beat the craving and get a Thai Curry hit to remember.

gaeng som ma la-kor

spicy sour orange curry

with assorted seafood, green papaya, snake bean and Chinese cabbage


gaeng liang

tiger prawn and white pepper curry

with babycorn, courgette, butternut squash and fragrant basil


gaeong kiew warn pak

silken tofu green curry

with shredded young spinach, chickpeas, sliced green chilli and mixed



gaeng pa nuer

jungle curry of beef short rib

with bamboo, aubergine, new potato and fresh peppercorns


Mango Tree’s Curry Festival will be available for lunch and dinner
from 9th – 22nd March 2009

46 Grosvenor Place, Belgravia, London SW1X 7EQ

t: 020 7823 1888