Two ex-Long Chim chefs are behind this Sino-Thai restaurant, telling the culinary story of the Chinese migration through Thailand. Named for the main road that runs through Bangkok’s Chinatown,…
Two ex-Long Chim chefs are behind this Sino-Thai restaurant, telling the culinary story of the Chinese migration through Thailand. Named for the main road that runs through Bangkok’s Chinatown, Mangkon Road’s dining room is fun yet no-fuss, with neon signs, wooden stools and a bustling atmosphere that you might expect on the streets of Thailand.
The food is packed with flavour, and designed to share. Begin with spicy steamed pork wontons, grilled squid, duck fried rice and pad Thai with prawns and green mango. Then move on to chilli and salted crispy pork belly, wok-fried crab curry, baked prawn vermicelli and barbecued duck.
If you’re out on the town and craving a late-night bite, you’ll be happy to hear the restaurant has a special menu from 9:30pm till midnight, with dishes that will hit all the right notes at this time of the evening.
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