Dallas >Mango Thai Cuisine
Cockroach cooked in my shrimp soup.
Wow...Still in misbelief.
Nothing like souping down your twentieth spoon and finding damn six legged monster relaxing on the noodle.
Throwing up didnt help.
You be your own judge.
Good Thai Food with Better Service. Went to Mango for the first time. Although, it's not amazing Thai food...it is solid. The flavors and quality is quite good. The dishes can be a little clunky...a little too much sauce here, etc. But for a solid Thai meal with very good service and reasonable prices, I would recommmend Mango. Parking is available in front.
yummy!. I love this place! The service is great and so is the food. Really good noodle dishes. The fried banana dessert is fastastic. Don't miss this place.
yum. This again is a family owned resturant, owned by one of my family members, it is cute and mostly family works there, the food is good and it is lightened to fit a more american taste, the staff is ofcourse nice i eat there twice a week! try it!
Exquisite atmosphere and perfect place to unwind with an extensive drink list and beautiful & tasty dishes!. This is one of my favorite after-work, meeting up with the girls kind of place. They have wonderful cocktails and appetizers. My favorites are the crab and avocago spring rolls with a strawberry puree champagne. Delicious. The red duck curry is also divine. The decor is beautiful with koi paintings, simplicity-fresh flower at each table, low lights, plush booth along the wall-very zen-like. It's also great for a romantic night out. I wouldn't recommend this for kids. A tad too high-end in my opinion. Highly recommended!!
An upscale, yet relaxed, Asian eatery in the Park Cities..
Soothing mango-colored walls, an eggplant-colored leather booth and Gerber daisies poised tranquilly on tables invite diners to linger, while mellow 1950's jazz trills at background-music decibels. The low-key vibe lends itself to catching up with friends over lunch or a first-date rendezvous.
Diners sip mango delights (sparkling wine, fruit puree) and devour plates of Thai classics with modern twists. Patrons can keep trim by sharing a sampler consisting of summer and spring rolls, shrimp and vegetable tempura, crab cakes, chicken satay and dumplings. Heartier eaters will enjoy selecting from a variety of meat and seafood dishes, including tangy citrus beef and panang chicken. Dessert does not disappoint. A variety of cheesecake and ice cream flavors will please the most discerning sweet-tooth.
Great!. Nice atmosphere, attentive waiters, and awesome that it opens 7 days a week and doesn't close in the middle of the day. Prices are pretty low, lots of dishes under $10. Love the thai iced tea, curry duck, and fried banana ice cream.
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