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Sunday, February 06, 2011

Man Ho


Feast of a roller roaster ride

Man Ho Chinese Restaurant in J.W. Marriott Bangkok is fun to dine in, for a decade, more than forty times of visit, eating there is equal to the excitement of a roller coaster ride, up and down, and down and up - I mean the quality of her food served!

A revisit yesterday, my friends and I enjoy the meal three times much much much better than the previous visit. So lucky! So I will treasure this hard to have happy palate memory at Man Ho for a while until my next adventure to the Restaurant.

Man Ho Chinese Restaurant ***1/4
J.W. Marriott Hotel Bangkok
4 Sukhumvit Road (at Sukhumvit Soi 2)
Klongtoey, Bangkok 10110
Tel.: 02.656.7700
Man Ho

Open daily : lunch 11 am - 2:30 pm, 6 - 10 pm
Pay (food only for two): expect THB 2,500


Stella said...

Man Ho was good last time I ate with you guys. Was that time a "up" or "down" to you?

Thailand Club said...

@Stella: down. but not worst.

in the sea said...

It's fun to have some restaurants like that, but fortunate that they are not the worst so far.

Anonymous said...

Man Ho in Hong Kong is very good. Always full. What kind of chefs the Bangkok's Man Ho use? From Mainland!!

Stella said...

OMG, last time so good still a "down". Then I really don't want to know the "up" so that I will feel bad for the rest(in LA).

I like your nice slide show here.
The food here looks gorgeous.
I like all of them.

Tommy Leung said...

The food shown is pretty attractive to eat, except the thousand-years eggs, suckling pig, and pork ribs, how can a 5-star hotel restaurant serve this kind of low quality dishes?

in the sea said...

Your slide show really took me back for the virtual roller coaster ride. Thanks. No need to wait in long line in Ocean Park these days.

Stella said...

Har Tommy, you like sucking pig there is low quality?
You are even more picky then TC.

Mickey Mouse said...

@ Stella: i think Tommy said except the suckling pig ..

Fillet-O Fish said...

Fish, whether it is deep-fried or steamed or both, I love them all.

Stella said...

Hi Fish Burger,

If you like fish then BKK or HK for sure is your place, but not LA where there are not too many choices of live fish.