Mango Tree

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Hampi, India

Mango Tree Hampi Reviews

Ph1sh Ph1sh
2 reviews
Comfort eating in India Jun 10, 2011
I have just left Hampi and it is without doubt a very impressive place. It almost seems strange to talk about a restaurant

anyway here goes!

There are a lot of good food places in India.

Out of the twenty or so places I have eaten here, this is the best.

your appetite is set off as you pass piles of fresh veg and fruit all looking clean and delicious.

You can sit inside with chair and table, or on a mat with table overlooking the river. They provide free mosquito coils if needed although I was there in June and they were not that much of a problem

The food comes to you piping hot and beautifully presented, and tastes superb.

The two times I ate here I had "Chana masala" and also "potato and spinach curry" both were great and made even better by the addition of a banana and Coconut lassi

(the best lassi I have ever had).

Well worth a visit if you want a little comfort for a very reasonable price.
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RyanCorrea says:
Nice one mate :)
Posted on: Jun 10, 2011
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metalkid1 metalkid1
1 reviews
Great Food Jul 05, 2011
An awesome place for finger licking food!

After days of South Indian "Thalis" we wanted some fare from the North a little too spicy and Mango Tree didn't disappoint us. Try the Baingan Masala which was ohh so good. The place is a bit tricky to locate and make sure you're there before the darkness falls. The location is idyllic and the seating quite comfortable. Would certainly enjoy an early Dinner here with a bunch of friends.
Liselore_Verschuren Liselore…
252 reviews
Lazy and relaxed Sep 29, 2008
Mango Tree is a lazy and relaxed restaurant that can be reached by walking through a banana plantation, west of the Hampi Bazaar. It has a nice terraced seating with views of the river and the thalis are wonderful. They also serve nice sandwiches for a very reasonable price. It’s a perfect place to kick back for a while in the middle of a hot day full of visiting Hampi’s countless monuments. It may be a bit out of the way once you’ve started sightseeing beyond the Sacred Centre, but it’s well worth it.
ashishrb ashishrb
6 reviews
Jul 01, 2007
This is a famous restaurant in Hampi. A very chilled place frequented by tourists. It is located along the Tungabhadra river, on a hilly slope. Customers sit under huge mango trees outside on a terraced seating area. The seating area is on multiple levels, facing the river. The restaurant is surrounded by huge old mango trees, and there's a long swing hanging from one of them :) In traditional style, you sit on the floor to eat. You can get several south Indian cuisines and some amount of (Indianized) continental food as well. The food is OK by local standards, and its not very expensive. Nevertheless worth a visit atleast once if you're around Hampi.
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Cappuccino says:
Hey! Have not been to India yet! Sounds like a great destination!:)
Posted on: Aug 30, 2007
holger holger
1 reviews
Nov 15, 2005
A few meters down the small river from the old market go through a forest of banana trees and you will find a nice restaurant/cafe called "Mango Tree". On the indeed big mango tree is a swing and there are places to sit on concrete floor and enjoy the view with a fresh lime soda. The waiters are very nice and you fell like staying forever. It has Indian, mid-priced food. A must-go!

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