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. For those working in the Sukhumvit area, dim sum lunch is highly recommended. More adventurous fare on the menu includes meaty crispy pigeon and fried duck tongue, with all the right flavours. The menu comprises both conventional Cantonese dishes and modern, more spicy Thai-orientated treats. The star of the house, lobster noodle, is near perfect. Drunken prawns delicately steamed with a touch of Chinese liquor is served with a clear broth, and is tasty. For dessert, sago with cantaloupe is a refreshing treat to end a flavourful meal.
Chic and chi-chi, Chine Chine is a modern Cantonese restaurant on the second floor of the hip haven of Bangkok's young professionals, J Avenue. Stylish Victorian meets with modern Chinese interior decorated with oversized chairs and crafted-tile wall in a modern pattern.
Chine Chine Restaurant Bangkok
2ND FLOOR,J AVENUE,
SOI THONGLOR 15,SUKHUMVIT SOI 55,BANGKOK 10110