|Cuisine Type |||Thai|
|Ambiance |||Good For Groups|
|Meals Served |||Lunch, Dinner|
|Amenities |||Wheelchair Accessible, Catering|
|Payment |||Interac, MasterCard, Visa|
|Getting There |||Bloor Yonge Subway|
|Cross Street |||Charles Street East|
Profile Last Updated: January 13, 2009
Variety seems to be the spice of life at most Thai restaurants, and Green Mango is no exception. The menu, for ease of reading, is divided into sections according to which meat is used, with a staggering amount of options are available. Even in terms of pad Thai, a standard menu item, there are three different types: regular pad Thai, curry pad Thai and “street style” pad Thai, which gets an extra kick from lime juice. Soup and salad options abound as well. There are seven types of soup, including lemongrass, coconut, and white ginger salmon, and eight varieties of salad, including the enticingly-named “dark prince” and “rose in the thorn” salads.
Very Vegetarian Friendly Menu
Only a handful of salads and soups don’t contain meat, but that doesn’t mean there are few options for vegetarians. The menu has a huge variety of choices, including meat-free versions of classic Thai items like vegetable curry and tofu, as well as a handful of rice dishes.
Specials for the Lunch Crowd, Four Locations
Green Mango is primarily a sit-down restaurant, not a bustling take-out counter, but there are still great specials for the lunch crowd at very affordable prices. Specials include scaled-down version of regular menu items, often with a salad. There are four Green Mango locations in Toronto. Two are centrally-located, near Yonge and Bloor, and two are in the Bloor West Village area.