Thursday, May 13, 2021

The Gulf Coast Looking East… Far East



Chef Anne Feinman

Introducing Florasian cuisine to Marco Island. Marco Island’s Mango’s Dockside Bistro is soon jumping on the Orient express by combining Asian exotics with locally grown food items – grouper, mahi, crab, lobster, tomatoes, bananas, hearts of palm and mangoes. Providing a menu that is perfect in freshness, texture, taste, and presentation. Our all natural ingredients, the romance of the high seas and tropical flavors… to create unique and refreshing flavors that will delight our guests.

Some of you have already heard of Floribbean cuisine…it is found in various forms in local restaurants and in the homes of many Floridians. The essence of what makes a particular dish “Floribbean” is similar to many other aspects of Floridian culture, which is heavily influenced by visitors and immigrants from all over the world, but especially from the Caribbean. So, bringing The Florasian attitude, where east meets west, is sure to bring excitement to your palate.

Putting these ideas, recipes and tastes together, will be our new Executive Chef Thomas Thompson. Thomas is returning to the west coast, has been an Instructor at the Culinary College in Palm Beach, Fl. Having lived and worked many years in Florida and the Caribbean, and his many years of Asian cuisine studies, brings Thomas to Mango’s with his Florasian flair. His love of Florida and the islands bring a creative, eclectic and unique menu to you. From our already loved signature menu items to our Ocean Fresh Sushi to our weekly culinary classics, you are certain to enjoy our new menus.

Come enjoy the rising sun of the Far East, while watching the sunset in the west!




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