Thailand Tatler's Top Chinese Restaurants Of 2019
Chinese cuisine is distinctive. With iconic dishes like Peking duck and dumplings, China has proven itself as a pillar of global cuisine and established a special place in our hearts. So, it is our pleasure to share Thailand Tatler's top choices of Bangkok establishments embracing the art of Chinese cuisine.
#1: Mei Jiang
Topping our list, Mei Jiang (91/100) continues to set the golden standard for fine Cantonese dining in Bangkok. Floor to ceiling windows provide a stunning view of the Chao Praya River, while the restaurant's innovative Chinese degustation menu provides the chef's personal touch to your meal. Read the full review here.
#2: M Krub
M Krub (90/100) delicately balances their French inspiration with their dedication to create gourmet Chinese food, serving a delectable fusion of Eastern and Western cuisine on beautifully hand-painted plates. Read the full review here.
#3: Fei Ya
Looking for the best duck in Bangkok? You've found it. Renowned for their Peking duck and a dining ambience reminescent to an opera, Fei Ya (88/100) is a contemporary Chinese restaurant accented by romantic lighting and an expansive tea bar. Read the full review here.
#3: Man Fu Yuan
If you're looking to book a tee time, you should also go ahead and book a dinner reservation at Man Fu Yuan (88/100). Located within an exclusive golf course, the restaurant serves a variety of classic Cantonese dishes and some of the best dim sum in the city. Read the full review here.
#4: Shang Palace
Shang Palace (87/100) establishes itself as one of the beloved restaurants in the city with their meticulous attention to detail and extensive menu brimming with comfortable and wildly experimental Chinese dishes. Read the full review here.
Lin-Fa (86/100) serves an authentic Cantonese dining experience in a contemporary venue that could almost classify as a modern museum. The restaurant boasts rare antiquities from China's Middle Kingdom. Read the full review here.
Whether you're looking for a drink, a taste of Shanghai or both, Yao (86/100) provides it all with their stylish interior and rooftop bar. Have a drink and enjoy some nighttime dim sum with friends while enjoying an outstanding view of the city's skyline. Read the full review here.
Drawing inspirations from all over China and Thailand, Liu (85/100) and their renowned head chef offer Chinese cuisine—like their acclaimed all-you-can-eat dim sum made from rotating seasonal ingredients—with an international twist. Read the full review here.
#7: Chef Man
Related to the same visionary chef behind M Krub, Chef Man (81/100) delivers an exceptionally authentic taste of Hong Kong cuisine. The restaurant allows you to choose between the ambience of their Hong Kong Tea House main dining room or their intimate private rooms. Read the full review here.
#7: Din Tai Fung
Who doesn't love dumplings? Din Tai Fung (81/100) shares the same sentiment as their global brand continues to expand. Known for their xiao long bao dumplings and comforting open-kitchen atmosphere, this restaurant serves you with charm and personality. Read the full review here.
#7: Hong Bao
With a reach all over Bangkok, Hong Bao (81/100) in the glamorous IconSiam is deserving of our spotlight. Serving all-day dim sum with premium ingredients, this restaurant continues to build its reputation as one of the hottest spots to be. Read the full review here.
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