The Best Chinese Restaurants in Bangkok
Your guide to finding the best Cantonese meals in Bangkok.
Bangkok's Chinese culinary tradition continues to flourish, offering a fascinating blend of classic and contemporary flavors. This guide will take you through the best Chinese restaurants in Bangkok, including long-standing essentials and exciting new places. To ensure that we are only highlighting the best, all selections are based on recommendations from the World of Mouth experts including Thitid Ton Tassanakajohn, Tove Henckel, and Kenneth Nars.
Try Potong if you want to experience modern Chinese fine dining in Bangkok’s Chinatown, or opt for Guay Jub Ouan Pochana if you are craving Chinese street food. Either way, these Chinese restaurants featured in the guide are spots you don’t want to miss.
Restaurant POTONG, led by the youngest female chef to receive a Michelin Star, Chef Pam, offers a unique blend of modern Chinese-Thai cuisine. The restaurant is situated in a heritage building in Chinatown, providing an intimate setting where guests can enjoy dishes inspired by Chef Pam's Chinese heritage and local Thai ingredients. The establishment also features a speakeasy-style bar, Opium, where guests can unwind after their meal.
Guay Jub Ouan Pochana is a minimalistic restaurant known for its stunning food and ambiance. The menu is simple yet satisfying, featuring only four dishes and three drinks, with the standout being the rolled rice noodles in a peppery broth with crispy pork and offal. The service is quick and efficient, adding to the overall positive dining experience.
Kope HyaTaiKee is a traditional Chinese coffee establishment dating back to 1952. It's known for serving coffee with ice and condensed milk, making it a great spot for a refreshing drink on a hot day. The place carries a charming vibe, adding to the overall experience of the visitors.
Specializing in oyster omelets, Nai Mong Hoi Thod offers a unique culinary experience. The restaurant provides both crispy and soft oyster omelets, with customers often recommended to try both. Despite its simple street kitchen setup, it is known as one of the most notable oyster omelet eateries around.
Located near a river, The China House offers an immersive dining experience with its unique decor inspired by a 1930s Shanghai setting. The restaurant is known for its classic Chinese cuisine, with recommendations for dishes such as dim sum, wagyu tenderloin, and deep fried giant shrimps in light wasabi sauce. The venue also features private dining rooms for small groups, adding to its refined and intimate atmosphere.
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