Mango Chili, the younger sister brand of signature brand, Mango Tree, which can be found in many of the world’s major capitals such as London, Tokyo, Hong Kong and Washington DC is finally here at Labim Mall. Open from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. The culinary group also includes Coca Restaurants for a total of 70 outlets globally. Mango Chili has its own unique approach to its flavor and taste, unlike other Thai restaurants around Nepal.
Before diving into the entrée, we were introduced to the Thai tea, which is bitter sweet tea, originated from Southern Thailand. The slow-cooked tea has a different go, because the flavor starts to get better only after a few sips in. However, it was delightful to start off with.
Pad Thai, also known as Thailand’s national dish, was served to us. Made with a special Pad Thai sauce, and fresh garden vegetables, the dish was well presented, and was a pleasure to devour. With just the right amount of spiciness and sourness, along with the nuttiness from the peanuts, all flavors counterbalanced just perfectly.
With an ambience suitable for lunch to dinner, from just cafe style fast food service or a casual day out, Mango Chili should be on your list of restaurants to visit next.
Labim Mall, Pulchowk, Lalitpur