Asian restaurant operator invites global franchise partners to take part in charitable climb for children with movement disabilities, raising funds for the Zy Movement Foundation
BANGKOK, THAILAND – Mango Tree and Coca Restaurants Worldwide, the innovative Asian restaurant group, has joined hands with the Zy Movement Foundation in its ongoing efforts to change the lives of children around the world for the better.
It is just a few small steps at a time for the children who are handicapped with movement restrictions, who will themselves climb Khao Dang in Sam Roi Yot National Park south of Hua Hin on November 26 along with their families and Mango Tree and Coca partners and staff in an effort to inspire change.
“It is an emotional day. There’s tears, smiles and an outpouring of feelings,” said Mango Tree Managing Director Trevor MacKenzie. “In many ways it is quite life changing for everyone involved – the children, parents and definitely us. We raise money, but it is much more than that. It touches everybody’s hearts. Everyone feels part of the change that the challenge and sense of achievement brings.”
Mango Tree and Coca Restaurants have been supporting the Zy Movement Foundation for a number of years, creating a tangible sharing experience for good with other recent climbs of Mount Fuji in Japan and Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, Africa.
“For us it is not about ticking a CSR box. It is about changing minds and creating a sense of belonging for the children and their families. It is something very real and you see the change during the climb. It is a genuinely moving experience,” added Mr MacKenzie.
“Climb to Change a Life” takes place over two days on November 25-26 and coincides with the 60th anniversary of the COCA Restaurants brand. The occasion will gather Mango Tree and COCA franchisees from across the world, including restaurant operators from Japan, Hong Kong, China, India, Nepal, Southeast Asia and the UAE.
The climb will raise funds for the Zy Movement Foundation, which will go towards training new staff and educational programmes to raise awareness of children with movement disabilities.
Mango Tree and Coca Restaurants Worldwide currently operates 64 outlets across its various brands. Its global presence will increase significantly in the coming years, following an expansion drive that includes multiple new Mango Tree restaurants at international airports and Mango Tree Cafes in major shopping malls. These will cater to the growing global appetite for contemporary Thai and Asian cuisine.
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BANGKOK, THAILAND – Mango Tree Worldwide, the innovative Asian restaurant operator, is planning a significant expansion of its Mango Tree Café brand across the world.
This whimsical light dining concept is hugely popular in Japan, having expanded its footprint to 11 locations across the country, including six cafés in Tokyo. Building on this Japanese success, and the enduring global appeal of Thai cuisine, Mango Tree Café made its debut in Hong Kong in December 2016 at the Cityplaza shopping mall.
In Hong Kong, the new Mango Tree Café is now open at Yoho Mall – the largest dining and lifestyle hotspot in the city’s Yuen Long district.
Mango Tree Cafés are designed specifically for shopping malls, and Mango Tree’s Global Managing Director, Trevor MacKenzie, said this factor means the brand is ideally positioned to cater for today’s generation of diners, who demand informal yet high-quality culinary experiences.
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“Mango Tree Café is one of our most exciting brands, and I am delighted to welcome diners to our two new outlets in Hong Kong” said Mr MacKenzie. “In line with current social and gastronomic trends, Mango Tree Café provides fun and fuss-free dining for customers who require maximum convenience without compromising on food quality.
“Thai food is now one of the world’s most sought-after types of cuisine. Combined with the significant footfall that comes with being located in major shopping malls, we are extremely confident of the future success of Mango Tree Café. We look forward to introducing this exciting concept to diners in even more major cities in the coming months and years,” Mr MacKenzie added.
The expansion of Mango Tree Café marks the latest stage in the global growth strategy of Mango Tree Worldwide. Only last month the company revealed exciting plans to introduce its Mango Tree restaurant concept to some of the world’s biggest international airports. This expansion will build upon the success of Mango Tree’s two existing restaurants at Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport, whilst harnessing the global power of the Asian travel market.
Mango Tree Cafés deliver quick and contemporary Thai cuisine, adding a creative twist to classic recipes. They form part of a global portfolio of Mango Tree restaurants, which can be found in many of the world’s major cities, including Tokyo, Hong Kong, London, Bangkok, Dubai and Mumbai.
Mango Tree Worldwide now operates a total of 66 outlets across its various brands, including 13 Mango Tree flagship restaurants, 14 Mango Tree Cafés, six Mango Tree Kitchens, five Mango Tree Bistros and two Mango Tree Delis, plus Mango Chili. The company also operates 24 COCA Restaurants.
Trevor MacKenzie, Managing Director of Mango Tree Worldwide.
BANGKOK, THAILAND – Innovative restaurant operator Mango Tree Worldwide is aiming to take off at some of the world’s leading international airports, as it embarks on the latest phase of its global expansion strategy.
The company, which currently operates more than 65 outlets in 16 countries, is planning to take advantage of the strong increase in global air traffic and the Asian travel boom to bring its unique brand of contemporary Thai cuisine to even more diners around the world.
A record 3.7 billion* people travelled by air in 2016 and this figure is expected to keep growing; this year, global air traffic is forecast to reach a staggering four billion passengers. Asia Pacific is now the world’s largest region in terms of passenger traffic, accounting almost one-in-three air travellers worldwide.
Speaking at the 2017 Airport Food & Beverage (FAB) Conference & Awards in Toronto, Mango Tree’s Global Managing Director, Trevor MacKenzie, said this presents a huge opportunity for the company. Asians often miss their comfort food when they travel, so opening new restaurants in airports that are most used by Asian travellers will satisfy the appetites of this vast pool of potential customers.
Airport locations welcoming new Mango Tree restaurants will be announced in due course. They will be located both within the Asia Pacific region and beyond, focusing on major international gateways that cater to large numbers of Asian travellers.
This expansion strategy will build upon the success of Mango Tree’s two existing restaurants at Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport, which experienced a 16% increase in revenues between 2014 and 2016.
“With millions of passengers passing through the world’s airports each and every day, this presents a significant opportunity for Mango Tree to introduce our innovative dining concepts to travellers around the world,” Mr MacKenzie told delegates at FAB 2017. “In particular, we are focusing on key gateway airports within Asia and global hubs frequented by Asian travellers, in an effort to meet their demand for high-quality Asian cuisine.
“Following the success of our Mango Tree restaurants at Suvarnabhumi Airport, we are excited to expand our brand to even more major international airports. For Asians travelling overseas, these restaurants will provide that wonderfully familiar taste of home that they have been craving.
“Mango Tree will also aim to capitalise on the immense global appetite for modern Thai cuisine by catering to international travellers with a range of appetising and appealing Asian dishes to suit all palates,” Mr MacKenzie added.
FAB 2017 took place at The Ritz-Carlton Toronto from 21-23 June. The event was hosted by Greater Toronto Airports Authority (GTAA), which operates Toronto Pearson International Airport – the largest and busiest airport in Canada.
Mango Tree restaurants deliver contemporary yet authentic Thai cuisine, adding a creative twist to classic recipes. Restaurants can be found in many of the world’s major cities, including London, Hong Kong, Tokyo, Osaka and Bangkok, across four brands concepts – Mango Tree, Mango Tree Bistro, Mango Tree Café and Mango Tree Kitchen. These locations include world famous destinations such as the Harrods department store in London.
The leading Thai food franchise group operates a total of 42 outlets worldwide, as well as 24 COCA Restaurants its sister brand, for a total of 66. By 2020 the group expects to operate a total of 100 outlets worldwide. Mango Tree Café is the leading individual brand with 14 outlets across Asia, with Japan having the largest total number of restaurants at 23 outlets.
* According to the International Air Transport Association (IATA)
TOKYO, JAPAN – Global Thai restaurant operator Mango Tree Worldwide is celebrating 15 years in Japan with the opening of its sixth Mango Tree Kitchen outlet as well as a full re-design of its flagship Tokyo restaurant that originally opened in 2002 which will re- open at the end of June.
In addition, Mango Tree Worldwide will also grow the COCA brand with a new outlet planned for Shinjuku to bring its total portfolio to 23 restaurants in the country – the first COCA restaurant launched in Japan 30 years ago.
“Japan is our biggest market globally,” said Mango Tree Worldwide Managing Director, Trevor MacKenzie. “We have a long and very successful association with the country and we are very pleased to evolve and grow in one of the most dynamic culinary destinations in the world.”
For the refurbishment of the flagship Tokyo restaurant, Mango Tree have entrusted the services of Tanaseisha, led by Principal Creative Director Taisuke Kamigaichi.
The re-design of the outlet will include a complete conceptual overhaul for a more lifestyle feel where diners will be encouraged to hang out at the venue later in the evening entertained expert mixologists who create Thai-inspired cocktails for diners. The new look and feel will embrace the modernity in Thai design, fused with a classical minimalist ethic to create a space that is inclusive and social.
|Yoshio Kojima – Mango Tree Japan CEO||Trevor MacKenzie – Mango Tree Worldwide Managing Director|
In addition to the design overhaul, Mango Tree will also open its sixth Kitchen brand in Japan called “Pad Thai” – the destination where they pioneered the concept – which expands the portfolio of kitchen concepts that have been so successful like the Mango Tree Kitchen “Gapao” and Mango Tree Kitchen “Khao Mun Gai”.
Mango Tree Kitchen specialises in fast, energising, active dining for people on the run, highlighted by Pad Thai – cooked live – and a selection of other best-loved Thai dishes including Khao Mun Gai (chicken rice), Yam Talay (spicy seafood salad) and Gapao Moo Kai Dow (spicy pork with basil and fried egg), washed down with fresh juices or draft beers.
“We are very excited by the new developments and growth in Japan where Thai food is very well received by Japanese diners,” said Mango Tree Japan CEO Yoshio Kojima. “More and more Thai travellers are visiting Japan each year and we are pleased to count them also as our guests as is shows they believe in and recognise the quality of the brand and the authenticity of the cuisine.”
Mango Tree Tokyo is located on the 35th floor of Marounuchi Building in downtown Tokyo – minutes from Tokyo station – where the Mango Tree Kitchen “Gapao” is located and where the new Mango Tree Kitchen “Pad Thai” will open this August. The Flagship will reopen on July 1 for diners.
New COCA flagship opens in vibrant district of Vietnamese capital with a lively menu of Asian flavours complemented by stylish contemporary décor
HANOI, VIETNAM – COCA Restaurants Worldwide has opened a new 4-story flagship restaurant in the bustling Ba Dinh district of the Vietnamese capital.
The grand opening event offered food lovers the chance to meet renowned Thai Chef Pitaya Phanphensophon, the man behind one of Asia’s most successful restaurant brands and watched a video tour by Chef Pitaya who visited Hanoi’s fresh markets to select fresh ingredients for the restaurant to ensure his standards are met. Guests then enjoyed a selection of these fresh dishes, to showcase the diverse range of flavours on offer on the varied new COCA menu.
Working closely with a well-established Vietnamese partner, Ms. Diep Nyugen a successful local restauranteur, the new COCA Hanoi is part of an ambitious regional expansion strategy that sees the brand opening new concept restaurants in key cities across Asia. The menu also embodies an evolution for the brand with a bountiful selection that extends far beyond COCA’s legendary hotpot dishes to offer an extensive choice of simple, healthy, lively Asian cuisine that appeals to multigenerational families and business clientele.
“Our partner for this project understands just how sophisticated the dining scene has become in places like Hanoi and she spared no expense on the design or quality of experience offered to customers. The menu includes a vast choice of appetizers like drunken chicken, durian seafood roll, as well as a few Thai favourites such as larb – spicy minced pork and tasty rice and noodle dishes like COCA Stir fried noodles or braised prawn with glass noodles to complement the signature hotpot selections. Family friendly sharing plates like the Cajun seafood bucket or wok fried curry crab (Poo Phad Phong Karee) offer variety. There are also plenty of child friendly items, which ensures there’s something for everyone,” says Trevor MacKenzie, Managing Director of COCA & Mango Tree Worldwide.
Inspired by Indochinese architecture, but with a contemporary twist; the relaxed, comfortable ambience, warm service and colourful, extensive menu at the new COCA Restaurant in Hanoi is designed to appeal to a wide range of ages groups, tastes and diner preferences. Business clients, young families and customers with more traditional preferences are all well catered for with a range of “must-try dishes” that includes the brand’s top quality signature Ying Yang hotpot, available with fresh premium selections like live prawns and fish.
“The bustling location with views of Thanh Cong Lake (Success Lake) from the second and third floors, offers locals and visitors a lively dining scene and caters to office workers during the day and local residents in the evening. We are confident that COCA’s strong reputation in the Vietnamese food and hospitality sector will enhance the existing offerings. Diners in Vietnam look for quality, variety and value. These are all benchmarks of COCA Restaurants Worldwide, “ added Mr MacKenzie.
COCA Restaurants are already well known in Vietnam for their signature hotpot dishes and tom yum soup, but the brand’s owner, Pitaya Phanphensophon, also continually introduces new flavours to suit local tastes. He actually developed a special pork bone stock specifically to suit the Vietnamese palate. Since then, new menu items and concepts have been introduced at several COCA Restaurants across the country, all designed to meet local diners culinary cravings in each specific location.
While Pitaya Phanphensophon supports the COCA Restaurant brand’s expansion across the Asia region, he always remains true to his philosophy of only serving food that he would give to his own children. This approach guarantees that high quality, fresh, locally sourced, flavourful ingredients are used in every dish on the menu.
“We believe in evolving and growing with our diners, of course, but our commitment to good food and excellent value for money is something that will never change,” says Pitaya.
(From left): Trevor MacKenzie, Managing Director and Pitaya Phanphensophon, Founder, Mango Tree & COCA Restaurants Worldwide present a donation to Suzanna Pavadee Vicheinrut Yuzon, former Miss Thailand and President of Miss Possibilities Foundation. They are joined by Mother Spice Food Corporation owners, Imelda and Eric Teng, Khun Khankhanit Amphuprapa, Minister Counseller (Commercial) from the Royal Thai Embassy and representatives from DITP (Department of Investment and Trade Philippines).. For high resolution version, click here.
MANILA, PHILIPPINES – Thai restaurant operator, cultural ambassador and culinary innovator Mango Tree Worldwide has announced an ambitious programme of expansion on its fifth anniversary that will significantly extend its branded restaurants and cafés in the Philippines by 2020.
The growth in one of Southeast Asia’s fastest growing economies will for the first time reach outside of the capital into secondary urban and key tourism destinations as Mango Tree embarks on a round of “discovery” research to plan for the second phase of the group’s development plan in the Philippines.
The growth strategy will also see the re-styling of not only restaurants in Manila but throughout the world as Mango Tree Worldwide Managing Director Trevor MacKenzie used the occasion in the Philippine capital as the launch pad for his announcement that will ultimately cover all 70 outlets in the group.
“Our customers here are among the most sophisticated in Asia,” he said. “Diners in Manila are very discerning not only in their taste for Thai food but in their demands for style in presentation and experience in our restaurants.”
“We will be piloting a range of interior renovations that will infuse a new attitude, focusing on a blend of millennial-driven modern Thai lifestyle with a celebration of originality and creativity that encapsulates our evolving vision of style, simplicity and living history. It is an exciting project and one which will offer a reinvigorated platform for the accelerated growth of the brand.”
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.
Sai Oua, or northern Thai sausage, is made from pork mince and is infused with herbs and spices and freshly pounded curry paste creating an ultimate finger-friendly snack.. For high resolution version, click here.
Kanom-Jean Nam Ngai, a rice noodle dish originating from the ethnic Shan tribe and consisting of a slow-cooked stew using spare ribs, tomatoes, lime and dried chillies and cabbage. For high resolution version, click here.
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. Made from pork mince, the dish is infused with herbs and spices and freshly pounded curry paste creating an ultimate finger-friendly snack served either hot or cold.
Krapaw Bacon is a Mango Tree innovation from central Thailand, taking one of the best-loved spicy dishes and turning it into a lighter and healthier snack by removing the boiled rice and eating with lettuce. Then there’s Moo Ping, pork marinated in sweet soy-based sauce and grilled on charcoal stove, a unique dish that showcases all the signature Thai flavours: sweet, sour and spicy from the north eastern region know for the origins of Som Tam. Chef Pitaya’s recipe reaches beyond the original by using onzen eggs instead of fried hard boiled eggs for a fun, healthy, delicious taste experience.
“Flavours of Thailand”, showcasing the five dishes from the four regions of Thailand, will be launched on May 1, providing diners with the opportunity to taste genuine Thai cuisine and introduce to the market dishes that are less well known, but no less exceptional culinary experiences.
“In many ways we have taken one step back as we look forward,” added Mr. MacKenzie. “We have rediscovered many of the well known dishes in Thailand and reimagined them through creative design and presentation while remaining true to the original ingredients.”
Mango Tree Worldwide will also celebrate its anniversary in Manila by working with Ms. Suzanna Parade Vicheinrut Yuzon, former Miss Thailand and President of Miss Possibilities Foundation – a non- government, non-profit organization, which supports children with special needs. The brand hosted a special charity dinner on 22 March when children entertained the guests with a special performance. Mango Tree Group and its franchise partners, Mother Spice Food Corporation, then made a generous donation as a part of an ongoing commitment to Miss Possibilities Foundation.
Mango Tree currently operates its flagship Mango Tree Restaurant in Bonifacio Global City (BGC), plus two Mango Tree Bistros, one in Trinoma, Quezon City and the other in Green Belt 5 in Makati.
As part of the brand’s expansion plans in Asia, COCA Restaurants will open in the Vietnamese capital with a chic new contemporary dining concept
Recognising Hanoians desire for quality and originality, COCA’s franchisee Ms. Nguyen Ngoc Diep, Director of Golden Key Trading Services and Restaurants Company Limited, has spared no expense decking out the new flagship restaurant. Stylish design elements inspired by traditional Indochinese architecture are infused with the renowned COCA ambience that has been developed over the restaurant’s 60 years of successful operation.
“The area has a lively dining scene which attracts business and residential audience looking for great taste and value-for-money,” says Trevor MacKenzie, Managing Director, COCA and Mango Tree Restaurants Worldwide. “The COCA brand will add an exciting new option for diners in Hanoi, our impressive reputation in the Asian dining and hospitality sector, which will certainly help us make an impact on the local food scene.”
With a strong focus on modern Asian-inspired design, Mr. MacKenzie believes the Indochinese interiors at COCA Hanoi will also appeal to people from within and beyond the immediate neighbourhood. COCA Hanoi will therefore attract a wide audience, including business clients, families and older Hanoians, all of whom are seeking restaurants they can trust to provide quality service and consistently good food.
COCA is already well known in Vietnam for its signature hotpot dishes and tom yum soup. The brand even developed a pork bone stock specifically to suit the local Vietnamese palate. But the brand is evolving fast to offer new menu items and fresh market concepts carefully designed to match the unique tastes of local diners in each specific location.
“Because we are a famous brand from Thailand, customers expect a few popular Thai dishes to set us apart from other restaurants that serve hotpot. The wok fried yellow curry with crab (phong karee) is a popular signature in most COCA Restaurants around the world, and we also offer a wide selection of home-made dumplings to choose from, as well as some unique COCA creations like our Deep Fried Tiger Prawn with Salty Egg Yolk and the Crispy Seafood and Durian Roll, already a bestseller in Vietnam,” adds Mr. MacKenzie. “COCA is more than just hotpot restaurants, all generations can dine at COCA, there’s something for everyone.”
Thai celebrity chef, Pitaya Phanphensophon has been the driving force behind the COCA Restaurant brand’s expansion across the region, and always remains true to his policy of only serving food he would feed to his own children. This stance underpins the restaurant’s dedication to fresh, locally sourced, flavourful ingredients.
“Our product has stood the test of time for 60 years, and we believe that is due to our ability to evolve and grow with our guests preferences, but also our dedication to service, fine tastes and great value for money,” says Chef Pitaya.
Thai Glass Noodle Salad
GUANGZHOU, CHINA – One of the leading purveyors of Thai-inspired genuine Asian cuisine, Mango Tree & COCA Restaurants Worldwide, has announced plans to open a new outlet inside the spectacular art and retail mall K11, the only high-end, high-rise retail project in heart of Zhujiang New Town, Guangzhou.
Scheduled to open later this year, Mango Tree Guangzhou is something of a homecoming for the brand’s Thai celebrity chef owner, Pitaya Phanphensophon, whose parents originally came from Guangdong Province but met each other in Thailand where they opened the company’s first Coca Restaurant together in Bangkok in 1957.
Since then, Mango Tree and Coca Restaurants have opened all over the world and the company has become a premier global Thai cuisine brand serving up quality Thai-inspired cuisine for discerning diners in more than 70 restaurants and cafes in 15 countries across Asia, the Middle East, and the USA.
“Although Thailand has always been my home, I also inherited certain Chinese characteristics from my parents and this influences my approach to cooking and also to the restaurant business. I strongly believe in using the freshest locally sourced ingredients and although we always present our dishes beautifully, great taste is at the heart of every dish on our menus.”
As the chosen location to introduce Mango Tree Restaurant’s genuine approach to fine cuisine, the group’s Managing Director, Trevor MacKenzie, believes K11 Guangzhou is the perfect choice. “ This impressive new mall is positioned as a place where culture and good living come together. Where trends and lifestyles collide to form new ideas and new inspirations. These are core values that Mango Tree Group also holds dear, he said.
Crab in Yellow Curry
Despite global economic challenges, Mango Tree & Coca Restaurants Worldwide has set an aggressive agenda for expansion in 2017 as it continues to build a strong network of partners in China and beyond to offer top quality Thai and Asian cuisine with authentic taste and genuine service that exceeds customer expectations.
“The response to our other Mango Tree Restaurant outlet in Qingdao was very positive and the focus on great taste and genuine hospitality really strikes a chord with Chinese diners. We are excited to build on that success in Guangzhou and to revive the family legacy that formed the foundation for all our success with Mango Tree and Coca Restaurants worldwide,” added Mr. MacKenzie.
BANGKOK, THAILAND: Leveraging the group’s proven pedigree as a leading name in genuine Asian cuisine, Mango Tree & COCA Restaurants worldwide has announced aggressive expansion plans for 2017 with new restaurant openings scheduled in Yangon, Mumbai, Hanoi, Osaka and Guangzhou.
|Trevor MacKenzie, Mango Tree and COCA Worldwide Managing Director. For high resolution version, click here.|
The growth strategy will be supported by the launch of several new culinary concepts at different locations, all of which have been carefully planned to expand the group’s offerings and reach a wider audience of Thai and Asian food lovers, including young families and Millennials.
“We significantly increased our regional brand presence last year in well established markets like Thailand, Vietnam and Hong Kong. We also added Nepal to the portfolio with the launch of Kathmandu’s first branded Thai restaurant, Mango Chilli Café,” explains Mango Tree and Coca Worldwide Managing Director, Trevor MacKenzie. “The next step is to extend our footprint even further and to diversify at the same time by catering to the tastes and service expectations of different clientele in a spread of new locations.”
The variety of flavours and ingredients offered at Mango Tree and Coca Restaurants around Asia is as broad and eclectic as the locations covered by the two brands, and a brief tour of the new openings is as much a culinary journey as a geographic one.
In Myanmar, a new COCA Restaurant will open in the first quarter of 2017 at the Yangon International Hotel to offer diners a choice of succulent imported meat and fresh seafood dishes, complemented by freshly prepared house-made noodles and organic locally sourced vegetables.
Meanwhile in neighbouring India, Mango Tree Mumbai will open in April, enticing the city’s diners with the brand’s signature healthy, creative Thai cuisine with the added appeal of a well researched, generous vegetarian menu featuring some inspired ideas using paneer and lentils to appeal to local tastes.
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The same month will also see the launch of a new Mango Tree Café in Osaka serving famous Thai dishes amid stylish surroundings with a swift and playful service approach.
A new COCA Hanoi also opens in April, hot on the heels of the brand’s fourth restaurant in Vietnam, which opened in 2016 at Aeon Binh Tan mall in Ho Chi Minh City.
Although its predecessor launched an innovative new generation concept specifically designed for the under-35 mindset, the new outlet in the northern capital will be based more on the original COCA philosophy of providing a family-dining destination for every occasion.
Rounding of a busy first half of 2017, Mango Tree will arrive in style on the Pearl River in June with the opening a new flagship in Guangzhou, the sprawling Chinese port city located northwest of Hong Kong. There have also been suggestions of a return to Dubai this year, causing considerable speculation on the local food scene where the brand was once an established favourite.
“Despite certain global uncertainties, Mango Tree & COCA Restaurants Worldwide remains committed to its mission of establishing restaurants in every major city around the world,” adds Mr. MacKenzie. “By working with the right partners to deliver quality Thai and Asian cuisine with authentic tastes and genuine service that exceeds customer expectations, we are confident of our continued success.”