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Mango Tea Anyone? 7 Most Unique Mango Dishes You Really Need To Try

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Is summer synonymous with mangoes for you? Is climbing trees to pluck them one of your favourite childhood memories? If yes, this is for you. Here are 7 unique mango dishes that are a must try.

Mango Tea Anyone? 7 Most Unique Mango Dishes You Really Need To Try:

  1. Tantra Beach Shack and Huts, Anjuna Beach (Goa)
  2. Green Acres Haveli and Retreat, Amritsar (Punjab)
  3. ITC Hotel Grand Maratha, Mumbai (Maharashtra)
  4. Radisson Blu, Noida (Uttar Pradesh)
  5. The Ritz-Carlton, Bangalore (Karnataka)
  6. Palladium Hotel, Mumbai (Maharashtra)
  7. Baghaan Orchard Retreat, Uttar Pradesh

1. Fresh-Water Prawns In Mango Curry At Tantra, Anjuna

Fresh-Water Prawns In Mango Curry At Tantra, Anjunasource: images.express.co.uk

Want to eat the best prawns in Goa? Do this: Head inland to Tantra beach shack. Relish the fresh prawns and other seafood that are cooked in green mango gravy. Don’t hesitate! Prawns go really well with raw mango. Wash it down with a glass of feni.

You can also try this dish at Goa Portuguesa in Mahim, Mumbai.

Traveller Megha share: “The place has amazing food. They serve yummy sea food. The kababs and prawns are a must have. If you are the backpacker type you will find a lot of backpackers staying from all across the world.”

2. Mango Mousse At Green Acres Haveli, Amritsar

Mango Mousse At Green Acres Haveli, Amritsarsource: foodandthriftfinds.blogspot.com

Don’t just relish but learn to make your favourite dessert too! You can customise your mango mousse at Green Acres. This farmstay nestled amongst fruit orchards on the outskirts of Amritsar has an array of activities for you. Savour the mango desserts made in-house, especially the mango mousse and punjabi kheer. You can also go for dessert classes that include desserts like mango mousse, cookies, pudding, etc. A complete gourmet vacation!

Traveller Rohini Sharma shares: “Green Acres Haveli is a nice place away from the city with an eye pleasing location. My friends and I really enjoyed the stay. The food is tasty and fresh.”

3. Mango Payasam At Dakshin, ITC Maratha, Mumbai

Mango Payasam At Dakshin, ITC Maratha, Mumbaisource: thehindu.com

If you are looking for South Indian food in Mumbai, your hunt is over. From cuisines of Nellore to Mangalore and Kerala to Mysore, Dakshin serves lip-smacking dishes in a traditional ambience. The typical Malayali dish, Mango Payasam or Mambazha Payasam, is a must try here. The ripe mango gives this dish a tangy and fresh flavour.

Cool Guru MJ from Mumbai shares: “ITC Grand Maratha is one of the favourites. Peshawari, Dum Pukht, Dakshin and Pan Asian are absolutely fabulous restaurants and a connoisseurs delight. Rooms are well done and guest service is good.”

4. Smoked Mango Salad At S18, Radisson Blu, Noida

Smoked Mango Salad At S18, Radisson Blu, Noidasource: indianexpress.com

Summer heat always calls for a salad. Head to S18  and try this salad. Colourful and packed with lots of  mango and smoked chicken this dish will definitely leave you wanting for more. Fruity! Crunchy! What more could you ask for to easy the heat?

Traveller Deepanshu Gupta shares about her comfortable stay here: “Undoubtedly, the best stay I ever had!  Everything was spot-on there, the luxurious rooms, the view of various company campuses from windows and the room's interiors were eyeball grabbing.”

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5. Mango Tea @ The Lobby Lounge, Ritz-Carlton, Bangalore

Mango Tea @ The Lobby Lounge, Ritz-Carlton, Bangaloresource: splenda.ca

Mango tea, anyone? Try this unique combination of mango infused tea at the Ritz-Carlton. No, it’s not just the mango tea. If you love mocktails, the special menu includes mango flavoured drinks. A perfect solution to beat the heat. Sweet tooth? Don’t worry. Try the Alphonso cheesecake and mango macaroons. Yes, you are welcome.

Traveller Mithun Shikari shares: “Quite interestingly, all these 3 Restaurants lives up-to the standards of the hotel itself.”

6. Crispy Mango Maki Sushi At Yuuka, Palladium Hotel, Mumbai

Crispy Mango Maki Sushi At Yuuka, Palladium Hotel, Mumbaisource: youtube.com

If this doesn’t leave you drooling, nothing ever will. Check-in to Palladium only for this lip-smacking mango sushis. Fresh tuna enveloped in a thin splatter with sliced mango crown-shaped garnish, this dish is a must have. The Japanese interiors of the restaurant is the icing on this cake.

HolidayIQ Traveller Samia Feroze says, “It gives an excellent view of Mumbai city from the rooftop lounge Asilo located in 39th floor of the hotel, which will just leave you amazed. It has great mall attached with good hangouts as well. Buffet is the best with various options across all segments.”

7. And Nothing Like A Fresh Mango Straight From The Tree

And Nothing Like A Fresh Mango Straight From The Treesource: cloudfront.net

And if summer is only about mangoes for you and climbing trees to pluck the mango is in your mind, think no further. Head to Baghaan Orchard Retreat. Savour delicious mangoes from the orchard or eat some fresh mango ice cream by the swimming pool.

Cool Guru Amit Jain says: “Swimming pool in the resort and other activities are the best. The hotel location is far from highway. Mango trees are a highlight.”

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