Thai food is no doubt the all time favorite that delights every visitor’s palate when they come to Bangkok. But, with such a vast variety of international gastronomy booming into the Bangkok dining scene, Chinese cuisine also stands in a respectable place that warms the hearts of the locals, thanks to the earlier immigrants who passed on this auspicious heritage and tradition by bringing endless delectable and authentic feasts to our table.
<Steamed Minced Pork Dumplings “Sui Mai” with Trio Topping of Salmon Roes, Shrimp Roes & X.O. Sauce>
We started with some Dim Sum orders as snacks. This Siu Mai came in two giant pieces that were fresh and quite meaty. The full-on toppings were certainly an added value. The
<Deep-Fried Salmon and Wasabi Spring Rolls>
The spring rolls with additional wasabi mayonnaise sauce is another delightful snack that was deep-fried till light crispy texture.
<Steamed Rice Flour with Shrimp & Chive>
This was our favorite. Silky thin layer of rice dough wrapped with shrimps (diced size of prawns) and chive steamed to the right texture and well presented on unconventional long ceramic plate and well garnished with snow pea served on a side of home-made soy sauce. A must order from LIU’s Dim Sum menu.
<Traditional Roasted Whole Peking Duck>
Phatumwan, Bangkok Thailand