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October 2021
Travel Directory > Restaurants and Bars > Thai > Bangkok

Thai Restaurants and Bars in Bangkok

Lok Wah Hin
Address: 2nd Floor, Novotel Bangkok  Siam Square Soi 6  Bangkok
Tel: 0-2255-6888 Ext 2518-20  Fax: 0-2254-9311
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Daily lunchtime Dim Sum and a solid Cantonese and Szechuan fare cooked by an expatriate Hong Kong chef. Lok Wah Hin offers very comfortable surroundings and is an excellent venue for formal meals and informal gatherings. Being attached to a first-rate hotel, prices are a little higher than at other restaurants.

Bai Yun
Address: 60th Fl., The Banyan Tree Bangkok  21/100 South Sathorn Rd.,  Bangkok  10120
Tel: 0-2679-1200
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Given the Banyan Tree's ethic of being more than just a hotel, the award winning Bai Yun is more than just a Chinese restaurant. Alongside the expected traditional fare, Bai Yun offers innovative dishes that are simply not on the menu elsewhere. A suitable venue for a range of occasions (business lunches, family meals, etc.) and being on the 60th floor there's a very interesting view to accompany the excellent cuisine. Being attached to a first-rate hotel, prices are a little higher than at other restaurants.

Good Earth, The
Address: The Arnoma Hotel Bangkok  Rajdamri Road  Bangkok
Tel: 0-2255-3410 Ext 7509
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The Good Earth specializes in Cantonese Food with Dim Sum a major draw. Their Dim Sum Chef was awarded best of 17 major hotels in Bangkok. Dim Sum is available at lunch alongside an all day a la Carte menu. Special dishes include Pan-fried Prawns with Mayonnaise Sauce, Crispy Soft Shell Crab with Black Pepper and Dry Duck. The restaurant is open every day at 11:30 to 14:30 and 18:00 to 22:30.

Address: The Dusit Thani Hotel, Rama IV Road  Bangkok
Tel: 0-2236-0450-9 ext. 2799  Fax: 0-2236 6400
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As you might expect from one of Bangkok's finest hotels, the Dusit Thani's award-winning Mayflower Restaurant offers the finest Chinese cuisine available in the Kingdom. The Mayflower offers a first-class dining experience in an enticing environment with very tasteful décor. A number of private rooms are available for groups. Again, as you might appreciate, being attached to an iconic Thai hotel, prices are more expensive than at other mainstream restaurants.

Mei Jiang
Address: The Peninsula Bangkok  333 Charoen Nakorn Road, Klongsan  Bangkok  10600
Tel: 0-2861-2888  Fax: 0-2861-1112
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Teak wood panels and furniture, Thai silk decorations and seductive lighting give Mei Jiang a rich ambience and create an overall impression of class. When a restaurant's décor sets such high standards there is always a chance the food won't quite meet expectations. However, at Mei Jiang this is not the case. A complete menu of traditional dishes is complemented by a very comprehensive wine list. This is a great restaurant and well worth a visit. Like other Chinese restaurants attached to hotels, a meal here is a little more expensive than average.

Ming Court
Address: 4th Floor, Indra Regent Hotel  120/126 Rajaprarop Road  Bangkok  10400
Tel: 0-2208-0022-33, 0-2656-4350-9  Fax: 0-2208-0388-89, 0-2656-4246
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The Ming Court offers authentic Chinese cuisine including Dim Sum and other Chinese delicacies. Set menus are priced at around 300 Baht. Private dining rooms are available for groups.

Noble House
Address: Nailert Park Bangkok, A Raffles International Hotel  2 Wireless Road  Bangkok
Tel: 0-2253-0123
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Noble House is located near Nai Lert Park Hotel and is one of Bangkok's best Chinese restaurants. The interior of the restaurant is exquisite, expressing authentic old-fashioned Chinese décor. A wide ranging menu is on offer and the restaurant provides very popular Dim Sum lunches (350++ Baht). The evening menu focuses on Cantonese food. A number of rooms are available for private parties.

Open: 11.30-14.00
Dim Sum lunch: 350++/ adults
Credit cards: all major cards

Shang Palace
Address: Shangri-La Hotel, 89 Soi Wat Suan Plu, New Road  Bangkok  10500
Tel: 0-2236-7777 ext. 1205 / 1350
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As it is part of a leading hotel, Shang Palace is a very attractive restaurant, beautifully decorated and emanating class and refinement. The restaurant offers the best choice of Chinese cuisine including an excellent range of Dim Sum, fresh seafood dishes and barbecued meats. This is quite an authentic restaurant and draws significant numbers of ethnic Chinese who live in the locality. A very well recommended place but being part of a hotel, prices are a bit higher than at other restaurants.

Shanghai 38
Address: Sofitel Silom Bangkok, 188 Silom Road  Bangkok
Tel: 0-2238-1991
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A large Chinese Restaurant seating over 200, Shanghai 38 offers traditional Chinese cuisine. As the main implies, the theme of the restaurant is Shanghai in the 1930s and the menu certainly reflects this theme. Excellent views from the 38 floor complete the dining experience. As part of the Sofitel Hotel chain, expect prices to be a little higher than most mainstream restaurants.

Silk Road
Address: 3rd Floor, Plaza Athenee, A Royal Meridian Hotel  Wireless Rd.  Bangkok
Tel: 0-2254-0111, 0-2650-8800 Ext. 4334
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Silk Road has a good reputation for excellent Cantonese and Hokkien food cooked by an expatriate chef from Hong Kong. The restaurant offers a great Dim Sum selection at lunchtime and full ala carte menu both for lunch and dinner. To get there go to Ploenchit BTS and walk down Wireless Road. It's 5 minutes walk and you'll see it on your left.

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