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5 Best Restaurants to Eat Chinese Food in Bangkok - Taste of China in Bangkok

The exquisite cuisine of China has spread from the palaces of emperors, the huts of farmers to many countries including Thailand. In Bangkok, you'll find the best of Chinese cuisine here.

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Hong Bao

Hong Bao

Said to boast the best Dim Sum in town, Hong Bao is a charming restaurant located on the 5th floor of the Central Embassy Building that can be found along the Ploenchit Road. They have another branch in Sukhumvit 39 as well. Dim Sum can be ordered at any time of the day and in addition to this favourite dish, you will also find an extensive range of Chinese food such as juicy pork buns, steamed rice rolls, creamy lava buns and shrimp dumplings on the menu. Hong Bao also has a separate à la carte menu featuring Chinese delicacies like Peking duck and braised abalone.

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Tang Jai Yoo

Tang Jai Yoo

Many a Bangkok travel guide the likes of Travel Bangkok Now will tell you that Yaowarat Road is the main artery of the city's Chinatown. Therefore, this is the best place to go to experience Chinese culture and taste China's finest dishes from places like Tang Jai Yoo that's been cooking up a storm for over 80 years! The main attraction of Tang Jai Yoo is their signature suckling pig that's roasted to perfection to a faultless crisp and juicy meat that's so tender. Apart from the suckling pig, you can find other Chinese delicacies such as oyster sauce and stewed goosefoot. Tang Jai Yoo can be found on 85-87 Soi Yaowaphanit along the Yaowarat Road.

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The China House

The China House

Feast like an emperor at the China House at the grand Mandarin Oriental Hotel that lies serenely by the Chao Pr. Thought to be the best option for Chinese fine dining in Bangkok, the China House serves up some exquisite Cantonese cuisine that can be enjoyed in elegant settings presented in the style of the Shanghai art deco era.
The highlights of The China House include dishes the likes of lacquered goose created according to the traditional Beijing style, wok-seared wagyu beef with pistachio nuts and savoury black pepper sauce and stir-fried lobster loin that comes slathered in carrot sauce. All these dishes are cooked in the authentic style with a modern twist. If you visit The China House between Tuesday to Friday, you can try their amazing unlimited Dim Sum Lunch.

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Bai Yun

Taking Chinese cuisine to new heights in Bangkok, Bai Yun is a delightful restaurant that's located on the 59th floor of the Banyan Tree Hotel. This chic restaurant not only offers mouth-watering Chinese food but stunning panoramic views as well making it the ideal venue for a romantic dinner. Bai Yun is famous for putting a tantalizing modern touch to authentic dishes to enhance their flavours. Some of these dishes include jellyfish and shredded abalone salad with sesame oil, the essence of bird's nest with ginkgo nuts in cantaloupe and oven roasted black cod. The menu also includes an extensive collection of refreshing Chinese teas as well as Dim Sum.

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Din Tai Fung

Found at the Centralworld Mall, Din Tai Fung is Taiwanese restaurant that offers a delectable range of Chinese food including Shanghai Dumplings which are the biggest attraction. These dumplings are filled with steamed, juicy pork that delicately wrapped.