Make Me Mango Is A Must-Visit Bangkok Cafe For Mango Addicts That Just Can’t Get Enough

Make Me Mango In Bangkok

Mangos are an all-time favourite during summertime in Bangkok, but it can get tedious to only eat mango & sticky rice.

Make Me Mango experiments with all kinds of desserts to keep you hooked on mangos and chilled during mango off-season.

Small cafe for small gatherings

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Located inside a small 2-story shop in Phra Nakhon District, this cafe comes with cozy seatings enough for small groups of friends and couples.

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If you’re tired, take a nap at the cafe’s lone hammock, which is right above people sitting below.

More mango than you can handle

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Menus at the cafe include traditional pairings like Mango & Sticky Rice (฿175) with whole mangos and Thai Custard set (฿135) , and trendy ones like Mango Bingsu (฿265). Each serving comes with a fresh half a mango.

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Whole fresh mangos are used for their smoothies as well, and you can have them With Yoghurt (฿120), With Pudding (฿120), or With Sago (฿120). The customers prefer the simple yet refreshing Pure (฿105).

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The cafe recommends their signature Make Me Mango (฿235) set that includes sticky rice, mango ice cream, Thai custard, and mango pudding.

Getting to the cafe

Just because it’s not mango season anymore doesn’t mean mangos aren’t on the menu. Make Me Mango at Tha Thian will satisfy your mango fix and it is only a 2-minute walk from Tha Thian Market, so it is ideal for relaxing after wandering the market.

Make Me Mango is also available at two other branches in King Power Rangnam and recently-opened ICONSIAM.

Make Me Mango
Address: 67 Maharat Road Phra Borom Maha Ratchawang, Phra Nakhon, Bangkok 10200 Thailand
Opening Hours: 11:00AM-8:00PM, closed on Thursdays


Cover image adapted from: @makememango and @makiririchan

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