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RESTAURANTS / Chinese restaurant

  • Chine Chine Restaurant

    Chine Chine is possibly one of the very few non-hotel restaurants that possess the ingredients of a hotel outlet. Many of the inhouse recipes are made from scratch. From XO sauce to Shanghai chilli oil, the chefs have mastered the techniques of great restaurants in Hong Kong.

  • Jasmin Restaurant

    For nearly two decades, Jasmin has been providing quality food at a reasonable price, and there is still much to like about the place. Shark's fin soup and stewed duck tongue offer an intriguing combination of textures with which to start the meal.

  • Je Ngor's Kitchen Restaurant Bangkok

    A favourite for many seafood lovers, Je Ngor is generous with both the chillies and garlic. A starter of fried ginkgo nuts presents a delicous contrast of sweet and salty tastes. Stir-fried sliced morning glory is crunchy and well-seasoned with garlic and chillies. For a more substantial dish, try fried vermicelli and mimosa with fat, fresh prawns, another satisfying combination.

  • Lee Kitchen Restaurant

    Specialising in Cantonese cuisine, Lee Kitchen is a deservedly well-known brand, with three locations in Bangkok. It offers no surprises, which is a plus when you're just looking for good-quality Chinese fare. Signature dim sum makes a satisfying lunchtime treat, with all the familiar morsels prepared freshly and expertly cooked. There are also several set lunch options for two to 10 people.