SINGAPORE RESTAURANT

Shang Palace

This might be some of the best Cantonese food in Bangkok. 

This long-standing Chinese restaurant recently welcomed one of the Shangri-La hotel group's most seasoned Cantonese chefs. Chow Wai Man started out 40 years ago training at the Shangri-La Academy in Hong Kong before returning to the group 10 years later. Specialties he's introduced here include “Buddha Jumps over the Wall” soup, which features dried scallop, abalone, shiitake and sea cucumber, and baked lobster with his special stock. Don’t miss the humble braised Chinese spinach topped with salted egg and century egg—amazingly flavorful. 

This long-standing Chinese restaurant recently welcomed one of the Shangri-La hotel group's most seasoned Cantonese chefs. Chow Wai Man started out 40 years ago training at the Shangri-La Academy in Hong Kong before returning to the group 10 years later. Specialties he's introduced here include “Buddha Jumps over the Wall” soup, which features dried scallop, abalone, shiitake and sea cucumber, and baked lobster with his special stock. Don’t miss the humble braised Chinese spinach topped with salted egg and century egg—amazingly flavorful. 

Venue Details
Address: Shang Palace, 3 Shangri-la Hotel, Shangri-La , 89 , Bangkok, Thailand
Phone: 02-236-7777
Website: www.shangri-la.com/bangkok/shangrila/dining/restaurants/shang-palace
Cuisine: Chinese
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 11:30am-2:30pm; Sun 11am-3pm; daily 6-10:30pm
Parking available
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