We decided to try out the Chinese House as a more fine dining option in-between shopping centre food courts and the great variety of street food that Bangkok has to offer.
Our evening started off with some cocktails, one rosemary and cucumber martini, and one order of the house specialty.
The menu is quite extensive and includes specialties such as as abalone and bird's nest. Our choice however fell on one of the set menus (Menu B) which included some of the dishes we would have ordered anyways.
We started off with a fried pork toast amuse with mango mayo and a hot and sour lobster soup. The soup was delicate and could have had slightly stronger hot and sour notes, but that may just be personal preference.
The highlights of the next dishes were many including the peking duck pancakes, the snow fish filet in soy sauce, the wasabi prawns and the beef (entrecote I believe) where all very tasty and nicely presented. There was a fruit soup for desert which was refreshing and just the right amount of sweet to end a lovely meal.
The portions were not the common fine dining size and we were very satisified to say the least. There were many different taste profiles in the various dishes, so wine matching may be tricky. We decided to stick to beer.
A highly recommendable place. It is one the pricey side but with the amount of food, the quality and the service, this is most definitely a place that should be visited if you are in Bangkok.
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