Mango Tree Cafe Hong Kong opens another outlet
Mango Tree Cafe Hong Kong has opened another outlet – this one at Yoho Mall in Yuen Long.
It is the second of the chain’s cafe-restaurants to open this year, the earlier one at Taikoo Shing in January. The Hong Kong cafes are run in partnership with 1957 & Co, however it is difficult to ascertain the exact size of the chain. The brand’s Hong Kong website is still “under construction” and its Facebook page refers to a single cafe in Tsim Sha Tsui. Another outlet at Causeway Bay appears to have closed down.
The new Yoho Mall site features a rainforest-inspired interior, and an exclusive menu including Thai classics such as curries and pad thai.
Meanwhile, the Thai brand is planning to expand worldwide, reports TTR Weekly. It initially found success in Japan, where it has 11 locations including six cafes in Tokyo. It also has an outlet in Macau.
Its cafes are designed specifically for shopping malls, says Mango Tree Restaurants global MD Trevor MacKenzie. The company also has plans to expand its restaurant concept in international airports, building upon the success of its two initial outlets at Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport.
Worldwide, the company has 66 outlets across various brands, including 13 Mango Tree flagship restaurants, 14 Mango Tree Cafes, six Mango Tree Kitchens, five Mango Tree Bistros and two Mango Tree Delis, plus Mango Chili. The company also runs 24 Coca Restaurants.