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Spice Up This Mother’s Day with Delicious Modern Indian Fare at Mango Pickle

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Press Release | Thu May 02, 2019, 12:05 PM EST


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    Spring Vegetable "Undiyu" Clay Pot at Mango Pickle this Mother's Day.

    Spring Vegetable "Undiyu" Clay Pot at Mango Pickle this Mother's Day.

This Mother’s Day, Michelin-praised restaurant Mango Pickle, located in Chicago’s Edgewater neighborhood (5842 N Broadway, Chicago, IL 60660) is serving up a truly enticing menu accentuated by some of the world’s greatest spices. Chef Marisa Paolillo will present a special Mother’s Day a la carte menu featuring some of Mango Pickle’s most beloved dishes, and a special holiday High Chai Tea beginning at 3 p.m. Dinner service begins at 5 p.m.
 
Teatime is a special delight for moms, and so what better way to celebrate the holiday than with a unique High Chai Tea? For this occasion, Mango Pickle will serve a Bun Maska and Chai combo for $9 which includes house-made buns served with sweetened whipped butter and hibiscus jam along with a steaming hot cup of masala chai. The High Chai Tea also will feature Mango Pickle’s other takes on chai, like Holi Chai and Messed-Up Chai, as well as additional teas like the Elephant Corridor Oolong and Nilgiris Black.
 
Paolillo prides herself on serving modern Indian cuisine prepared with the freshest ingredients. Her adept use of spices, coupled with fresh, locally sourced ingredients, offers guests a delicious and unique dining experience. 
 
Mango Pickle’s modern Indian Mother’s Day dinner menu offers a range of vegetarian options as well as fresh meats and seafood, so there is something for everyone. Enjoy appetizers and entrees like the Paneer Pops, made with ginger, green chilis and cilantro chutney, and the Keema Joe which includes fresh minced lamb butchered in-house.

For the vegetarian option, Mango Pickle will serve Unwrapped Samosa paired with micro greens and cilantro chutney for a spicy take on this traditional Indian comfort food.  For meat lovers, dinner options include Sesame Grilled Pork Belly and Fried Chicken coated in a chili batter with garlic and ginger.
 
Enjoy Mother’s Day this year with a celebration that will have your taste buds tingling and your heart warmed by a piping cup of chai. To make reservations, visit mangopicklechicago.com or call 773-944-5555.

About Mango Pickle
Mango Pickle, located at 5842 N. Broadway St., Chicago, IL 60660, is a modern Indian restaurant inspired by the diversity and dynamism of India’s rich culinary landscape, which goes far beyond the popular tandoori oven preparations of its northern frontiers to the distinctly exciting fare of its coasts and avant-garde urban homes, streets and eateries. The restaurant’s approach is influenced by our location in the Midwest, with attention to season, sustainability, and quality of the ingredients they use and their preparation.
 
Heading the kitchen is chef/owner Marisa Paolillo and partnering on the creative direction is Gregory Bazire. Paolillo is a Chicago native whose journey as a chef began in Bombay (Mumbai), India, a melting pot of locals, expats, cultures and cuisines from every part of India. Bazire, a French native, is a chef and restaurateur who has been residing and working in India since 2005. Their collaboration was first sparked by a month-long catering project in 2012 for a yoga retreat in Goa, India.
 
Launched in December 2016, Mango Pickle was awarded the Michelin Bib Gourmand designation in 2018 and 2019. Dinner is served from 5 to 9 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday; from 5 to 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and from 3 to 9 p.m. Sunday. The restaurant is closed Monday and Tuesday. All major cards are accepted. For more information, please visit mangopicklechicago.com or telephone 773-944-5555.

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Press Release | Thu May 02, 2019, 12:05 PM EST


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