great quiet place. This place has amazing thai food for very low prices, the staff runs around for you. Our food was ready 10minutes after we ordered. this place is a must for thai food lovers.
Excellent Option. My partner and I moved to Milwaukie a couple years ago from Beaverton. Trying to find a good regular Thai restaurant to frequent can be difficult, but Thai Mango has been a favorite of ours for quite some time. My favorites include the Mongolian Beef, salad rolls, and any of the curries. For dessert, the Purple Rice is fantastic. Try it, you won't be disappointed.
Honestly, the worst thai experience I've had.. I'm generally not cruel, and I'd like everyone's businesses to succeed, but my one visit to thai mango will most definitely be my last. I just moved to the neighborhood and was getting a bearing on the thai options, so I started with the most basic possible standard: pad thai. I was excited to have found a place that did a mixed vegetable pad thai- the normal plainess of pad thai can be pretty boring. Again, not to be cruel, but it almost wasn't edible. There was about a centimeter of liquid at the bottom of the plate, just made everything horribly pucker sour. Maybe this is some super-legit, real-deal way of making pad thai or something, but I'm not a fan. I only took a to-go box to be polite, and I regretted that when it leaked all over my backpack, which I can't really fault them for, but it sucked anyway.
Quality, delicious food!.
My husband found this joint. It is a welcome escape from the ho-hum Thai places one finds often. Quality meat, fresh veggies. Prices aren't bad.
This will be our new Thai stop.
the best take out I have had yet. pad thai with prawns and tom kha gai soup is what was ordered. growing up with a good friend who is Thai made me appreciate authentic thai food. this is it, imho. we'll be trying to have a sit down dinner soon.
Quick Seating, Reasonable Prices. There were about three other couples here when we showed up at 2PM on a Sunday. Service was very quick and we all know how expensive food can be these days but their prices were okay. I had the Tom Kha and my boyfriend had the Yellow Curry. Our were both too rich, they tasted like they were smothered in butter! The Tom Kha had what looked like over-cooked grey chicken, onions and some seasonings but no vegetables, tomatoes, nothing. My boyfriends yellow curry was mostly potatoes. Won't go here again.
hot day, stale vegetables, greasy sauce.
Liked the air conditioning, decor, server personality. But some of the vegetables in my take-out panang curry tasted like stale refrigerator, and the sauce featured an extra layer of unpleasant grease (palm oil?).
Maybe the cook or the freezer was having an off day. (It's the second day of 100? heat, and the restaurant was empty.) Still, next time I'll go back to Thai Lahnna, where the take-out red curry with tofu was top-notch, and its packaging more eco-friendly.
Favorite thai food. This is my favorite restaurant for thai food. It's cute, quiet inside, prompt seating/service, and most important of all -- the food is so flavorful & overall delicious! I can enjoy thai food at other restaurants, but I just don't think it compares to Thai Mango. Prices are reasonable as well. (If you are debating between Thai Mango & Papaya Thai, the ONLY advantage to choosing Papaya Thai is that it's cheaper).
Fabulous!. I know my Thai, and this is one of Portland's best - by far! Great food, great service, and excellent atmosphere. Especially enjoyed the Black Pepper & Garlic Pork, Hor Mok Seafood is fresh and full of delicate seafood flavors. The Gai Yang broiled chicken was moist, tender and flavorful. No room for dessert this time.......maybe next!
Great food with prices. Great food combined with great prices. Went there last week for a business meeting. Everyone loved the food and service and were surprised at the low the bill was. Great addition to the district.