The Mango Tree @ I12 Katong, Singapore

20 Mar

Hi all! (:

It’s been a long time. I just had a really yummy indian food earlier for a colleague’s farewell.

It’s called The Mango Tree.



They have ala carte menu and serve buffet only during lunch time.


We had the lunch buffet (: really nice and worth it than ordering ala carte. But sadly they only have buffet during lunch and not dinner.

Now let’s take a look at the range of food that is part of the buffet.

Starting with the soup – lentil soup.
The taste wise is nice but it’s a little spicy for me.


The starters (: vegetables and yoghurt.



Let’s take a look at the mains now (: are you able to guess what are the dishes?

4 different types of vegetables. There’s brinjal, cabbage, spinach paste with green chilli and lentil paste. My favourite is the lentil paste! (:

The staple! Carbohydrates.
There are 2 types of rice, plain basmastic and one which is stir fried with spices. They also have my favourite naan and papadum (((:

They prepare the naan on the spot (: who doesn’t loves warm naans?

And how can we missed out the protein right?
There’s fish, muttom and chicken curry. In addition, there’s tandoori chicken too.

It’s such a spread of buffet dishes for indian cuisine isn’t it? Look at what I got as a first round of tasting.
Soup, salad and a mocktail. Well, I also must mention that the utensils used is brass/copper matetial so it’s a little heavy.
2nd round with the mains. I think I had 6-7 naans? too delicious, I couldn’t resist.


Lastly, how can entree comes without desserts right? I didn’t take the pictures of the desserts. It was rice pudding and semonila flour with spices dessert. it’s kind of sweet for me, I didn’t really like it.

Overall I feel it’s really a good deal for the lunch buffet, considering the wide range of dishes in the buffet menu.

Want to know more about The Mango Tree?
Check out their website at (:

Cheers! More updates on my travel log after my exams.

Have a blessed day!



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