About Mango Restaurant and Bar
Great wee place
I loved it! Food & cocktails were great
Tasty food served up by excellent, friendly staff! Portion sizes were good but would've liked more onions in the fajitas. Staff were very attentive, with friendly chat & good recommendations. Margarita's were delicious too!
Live music came on later in the evening & although very good, was a little loud to allow table conversation.
Latin American restaurant and bar city centre
Mango Restaurant, Bar and Club is a late night entertainment venue on Sauchiehall Street. Three levels of brightly decorated fun, it serves a mix of main courses and tapas from all over South America. Salsa classes, club nights, open mic nights, live bands, DJs and all the Copa America games ensure that there is never a dull moment.
Authentic South American dishes
Mango’s menu is divided between tapas and main courses with customers free to pick and mix between the two. Typically South American ingredients such as avocado, mango sauce and fried platano means that all the flavours stay authentic. Popular tapas include fried cassava chips, spicy prawns; Brazilian cheese bread balls and empanadas – pastry envelopes filled with shredded chicken, beef or prawns.
Popular main courses range from the oven-baked cod in a coconut sauce to the slow-cooked pulled pork via the barbecued meat stew. Adventurous diners might want to try the very fashionable ceviche – raw fish which is cured/cooked in citrus juices and served with a spicy dressing.
Sauchiehall Street transport and local attractions
Mango is towards the Charing Cross end of Sauchiehall Street and Charing Cross is the nearest train station. There is pay parking on Elmbank Crescent and restricted on-street parking on Sauchiehall Street. Local attractions include the King’s Theatre and O2 ABC.