Top 10 Chinese Restaurants In Thailand Tatler's Best Restaurant Guide 2018
A bit of an underrated cuisine among the younger generation, Chinese cuisine is nontheless rife in Bangkok, and perhaps all that's needed is to try the best fine dining Chinese this city has to offer to change the perceptions of your sons and daughters, or even of yourself. Here are Thailand Tatler's top 10 fine Chinese restaurants in Bangkok.
1. M Krub
M Krub scores a high 92/100 in our food guide this year with its flair for stunning presentation, attention to detail and unique way of presenting iconic Chinese flavours and traditions with a modern French touch. Read full review here.
2. Mei Jiang
Mei Jiang augments the Cantonese fine dining experience with views of the majestic Chao Phraya River. Read full review here.
3. Man Fu Yuan
Located in the suburbs of Bangkok at a well-known golf club, Man Fu Yuan serves a wide selection of dim sum and authentic Cantonese favourites in an elegant West-meets-East classical setting. Read full review here.
With Hong Kong chef Oscar Pun in the driver's seat, Pagoda at the Bangkok Marriott Marquis presents traditional dishes in an upgraded manner and has become one of Bangkok's top picks for large family gatherings. Read full review here.
Lin-Fa offers impeccable Cantonese creations in a setting ideal for business meetings and family gathers. Read full review here.
6. Fei Ya
The Renaissance Bangkok's fine Chinese restaurant specialises in seafood, duck and dim sum. Read full review here.
7. Chef Man
Chef Wai Yin Man brings 30 years of culinary experience in Cantonese cuisine to this posh, high-ceiling, modern Chinese restaurant in the Eastin Grand Sathorn. Read full review here.
Ideal for bigger deal get-togethers, either with family or business associates, Liu is the Conrad Bangkok's ritzy Cantonese restaurant. Read full review here.
9. Hong Bao
The Chinese member of the well-known Water Library Hospitality Group, Hong Bao serves authentic Catonese dishes in bright opening settings and with a flair for traditional dim sum. Read full review here.
10. Red Rose
This 1930s Shanghai-theme restaurant located in a charming Chinatown boutique hotel offers an atmospheric twist on Chinese dining. Read full review here.