Within the span of two weeks, I had dined at Mango Tree twice. Once for a ate lunch through a span of 10minutes before running to G1 gate. Running once, walking twice.
We had a little more time over our second visit here, but the problem we faced now was the mad heavy lunch but ain’t too hungry for dinner.
Hence our dish choices were focused on appetizers this time, first up: fried prawn cakes. Prawns mashed up and mixed with flour and deep fried. For me, a little too much flour and a little too less prawns.
I noticed Thai cuisine does have quite a fair bit of fried stuffs too. I had been having a lot of fried dishes in the past two weeks and the consequence was the pimple plantation popping up like budding flowers.
The fried chicken was actually not bad. The chicken was thinly coated with batter and nicely fried to create the nice crunchness to the outer layer.
We saved the very best of Thailand for the last. Mango sticky rice right before boarding the plane. The nicely ripened mangoes were so soft and so sweet. The sticky rice was done to near perfection too, with every rice pellet nicely distinct from one another, glued in one through sweet thickened oconut milk.
Mango Tree should be one of the top choices for Malaysians since its location is near the usual gates for MH bound route to KL.
Thumbs up, Mango Tree and keep up your food and service!