Ping’s Thai-Teochew restaurant opened a few weeks ago at the same time as its sister eatery Ping’s Hot Pot, which is nearby.
Regardless of their location on the second floor of Pathumwan Princess Hotel, both restaurants are owned and run by a group of private restaurateurs, who own the 13-year-old Ping’s Shark’s Fin on Asok Road.
At the Thai-Teochew joint, the delicately prepared home-style Thai-Chinese cuisine is served in a contemporary setting of a spacious 450m2 dining room, with dishes ranging from prime seafood dishes (abalone, shark’s fin, fish maw and sea cucumber) to soups, stir-fries and rice and noodles in a clay pot.
Ping’s Hot Pot cuisine next door offers something very different from its Teochew counterpart, it is one of a few places in Bangkok where you can enjoy the communal, Taiwanese-style steamboat fare of which the broth and sauce are different from that of Japanese shabu shabu and Thai suki.
Here, the broth for the hot pot is meticulously prepared according to Ping’s secret recipe with the same soup base he uses for his famous shark’s fin soup. However, for the hot pot dining there are four kinds of blends to choose from (the two-compartment metal pot allows diners to savour two soup choices at once). Options include the spicy Mongolian, the Thai-style tom yum, the Teochew herbal and the original superior soup.
To complement the superb broth is a large selection of prime-quality meat and seafood available in sets and a lacarte.
- Open days
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
11:00 to 11:00
Input price range
100 - 4,000 Baht/Unit or 3 - 133 USD/Unit
Remark: Cost of meal per person
2nd floor, Pathumwan Princess Hotel, 444, Phayathai Rd., Pathum Wan, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330 Thailand
- Phone number
+66 (0) 2-611-4744—6