Including a hip new hotpot spot and a rooftop with a Shanghainese twist. 


Man Ho


Man Ho occupies an elegant, spacious dining room on a second floor corner of the JW Marriott. It’s everything you expect from a long-standing five-star hotel restaurant. You’ve got efficient captains who’ve been waiting over the same Thai-Chinese families for years; and even if you’re new to the place, the service still manages to be both brisk and ceremoniously courteous. The Cantonese and Szechuan food served here is truly excellent, too, placing Man Ho in the top league of high-end hotel Chinese restaurants in Bangkok, whether you’re going for dim sum or a la carte.


Mrs Wu


Taking their cues from the hotpot boom that’s overwhelmed San Francisco’s Bay Area, chef-owners Randy Noprapa and Chalee Kader add to their burgeoning portfolios (together they’re responsible for Fillets, Surface and 100 Mahaseth) with this vibrant melting-pot of a restaurant. Your hotpot comes separated into three broths that are a real step up from the usual: a hearty pork bone stock bursting with peppercorn; a rich Japanese nabe–with red wine; and a herbaceous chicken turmeric soup. 


Pagoda Chinese Restaurant

An upscale Chinese restaurant serving Cantonese cuisine that manages to stay innovative whilst also embracing age-old cooking techniques—think classic chicken beggar and stick rice with crab. The pagoda-inspired ceiling and colorful lacquered tiles evoke the timeless grace and elegance of the Middle Kingdom. 
Click here to read the BK Restaurant Week menu and make your reservation



Yao (Marriott Surawongse)


Situated atop the Bangkok Marriott Hotel The Surawongse, this rooftop bar offers impressive panoramic views, encompassing the Chao Phraya river, the historic Old Town and, of course, Bangkok’s glittering high rises. The decor takes a contemporary Shanghainese twist, incorporating carved oriental screens, abstract sculptures and Chinese ceramics for a sleek aesthetic. The food, too, takes a contemporary Chinese route with the likes of Sichuan-style fried chicken and roasted duck with melon and mango. 


From September 14-29, BK Magazine and 60 of the city’s best restaurants will join forces to serve hundreds of special dinners at a knockout fixed price of B1,000++ per person (B1,170 total) for a minimum of three courses. General booking opens this Aug 20, though if you use a Citibank credit card you can start making bookings from Aug 11 and also get special dining perks at each venue. Make your reservations at


Advance booking for Citi credit card members from Aug 11 
Extra dish or other perk when you pay with Citi credit cards


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