The best Chinese restaurants in Bangkok
The latest establishment to join the hotel’s squad of culinary cocoons is Pagoda, a Chinese restaurant that purveys authentic Cantonese fare at its best.
Shang Palace at the Shangri-La has always topped lists of best dim sum restaurants in Bangkok, thanks to savory bites that scream authentic Cantonese flavors. Even better, their dim sum lunch sets come at a good price—for B788 per person, you can savor all of Shang Palace’s 46 homemade bites between 11:30 and 14:30 on weekdays. Shangri-La’s top-notch service is another added bonus.
This Chinese restaurant in Swissôtel Le Concorde draws in crowds with an all-you-can-eat dim sum buffet for only B790. Among the selections are chewy bites with fancy fillings like steamed shrimp mixed with squid ink dumplings (topped with a gold leaf, no less) and steamed scallops and egg white dumplings with bird’s nest.
Steered by the culinary powerhouse Water Library, the Chinese eatery Hong Bao is always packed with locals in the know. On top of Chinese delicacies like Peking Duck, Hong Bao serves dim sums all day and uses top-grade produce for the fillings.
Fei Ya is definitely one of the best Chinese restaurants in Bangkok. A perfect blend of luxury ambiance and delicious Cantonese food keeps the place busy with affluent diners, who come for its real deal: the crisp Peking Duck.
This swanky family-style restaurant serves polished versions of traditional Chinese recipes. Dishes that are staple to this cuisine – Peking duck, dim sum, and stir-fries – are all excellently prepared and shine with exceptional flavors.
It’s been a couple years since Man Fu Yuan, a respected Cantonese restaurant at the InterContinental Singapore, expanded to Thailand, opening a restaurant at the posh Rajapruek Golf Club in northern Bangkok.