It was a privilege to be among the few media to be invited yesterday for the launch of Flavors of Thailand By Mango Tree. The event was attended by Mango Tree Worldwide Managing Director. Trevor MacKenzie, Mango Tree CEO, Chef Pitaya Phanphensophon and Ms. Suzanna Pavadee Vicheinrut Yuzon, former Miss Thailand and President of Miss Possibilities Foundation ( a non-‐ government, non-‐profit organization which supports children with special needs).
Mango Tree Worldwide has announced an ambitious programme of expansion on its fifth anniversaryyesterday at Mango Tree BGC Branch. The brand will host a special charity dinner in which the children will entertain guests with a special performance. A donation will be made by Mango Tree and its franchise partners Mother Spice Food Corporation as a part of an ongoing commitment to Miss Possibilities Foundation.
By 2020, they will will significantly extend their branded restaurants and cafés in the Philippines, including that of re-‐styling of not only restaurants in Manila bu throughout the world.
The cultural capital of Thailand, Chiang Mai and the northern Lanna kingdom are among the inspirations for five new dishes, each one given a delicious twist by Mango Tree CEO, Chef Pitaya Phanphensophon. The highlight dishes are led by Kanom-‐Jeen Nam Ngiaw, a rice noodle creation originating from the ethnic Shan community made with garlic, red curry paste, yellow bean sauce, diced tomatoes, turmeric, fish sauce, spring onion and coriander; slow-‐cooked with either chicken or pork ribs. Sai Oua or northern Thai sausage will also be among the offerings. Krapaw Bacon, Moo Ping.
Mango Tree Branches: Bonifacio Global City, Trinoma, Greenbelt 5.