Mandopop is the Chinese restaurant at the Oriental Residence Bangkok hotel. Although its name means "Mandarin popular music", its cuisine, prepared by an award-winning Singaporean chef, is more contemporary Cantonese, presenting the likes of dim sum delicacies and barbecue meats along with red meat and Hong Kong-style seafood dishes.
Yet the servings aren't typical of a Cantonese banquet either. Food comes in smaller portions, boasts visual appeal, offers a distinctive touch of flavours and is great for both casual dining and a sumptuous night out.
Though the menu, which lists 50 savoury dishes under categories such as appetisers, dim sum, lamb, beef, seafood and vegetables, may not seem extensive, to choose from the whole mouth-watering collection can be quite difficult.
There's no need to go through such hesitation if you come for its limitless Sunday lunch promotion, which features unlimited dishes from the regular menu. Prices are 1,188 baht per person, or 1,688 baht with an extra selection of premium soup and main courses.
The restaurant has four exclusive rooms decked out in modern chinoiserie style for more private dining. Service blended five-star standard with an energetic touch.
- Open days
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
11:30 to 14:30
Input price range
200 - 2,000 Baht/Unit or 7 - 67 USD/Unit
- More info
Remark: Cost of meal per person
The Oriental Residence, Witthayu Rd., Lumphini, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330 Thailand
- Phone number
+66 (0) 2-125-9000
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