Dim Sum Lunch Buffet, China House

| August 29, 2013

Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok’s China House restaurant, which has long been the mainstay of traditional Cantonese cuisine at the hotel, has recently been re-designed in 2006 and revived into an avant-garde eatery inspired by the vibrant 1930’s Shanghai Art Decoperiod, and  serving classic yet contemporary cuisine in a refined atmosphere.

The renovations which took place over the course of four months were overseen by the renowned Neri and Hu Design and Research Office (NHDRO), a multi-disclipinary design practice based in Shanghai, China.

The existing two-storey, colonial building, home to The China House since 1990, has been completely transformed internally into an elegant dining venue, with period furniture upholstered with horse hair and cowhide reminiscent of the opulence of 1930s Shanghai.  The classic Chinese design with a contemporary twist has been enhanced by subtle lighting and cutting edge colour and style.

The China House opens at 11.30 a.m. – 14.30 p.m. and 18.00 p.m. – 22.30 p.m.

- Every Tuesday to Saturday for a la cart menu and dim sum all you can eat at 888 Bath net per person.

- Sunday brunch at 1,154 and 1,625 Bath net per person

- Dinner available for a la cart and set menu.

The restaurant close every Monday.

For reservations please call, 662 659 9000 extension 7650-1.

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