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Lin-Fa offers excellent Cantonese cuisine and is a good place for business meetings or family gatherings. The colour palette and Chinese antiques add to the charm.
Rating : 18/20
Begin with a Chinese delicacy of sliced strips of jellyfish cooked to a crunch texture and served with a sesame oil and chilli sauce. Another fine start is prawn hae-keun. Wrapped in thin tofu sheets, the fried prawn filling is crispy although slightly oily. However, a piquant plum sauce helps to add refreshing bite. For soup, try the signature dried fish maw served with Chinese black mushrooms in a herbal broth. For the main course, the signature peking duck is served with the crispy skin already sliced. The pancake used is thin and chewy, matching well with the duck and a sweet hoisin sauce. Diners can choose how the duck meat is cooked—fried with black pepper sauce or garlic or made into a clear soup. Recommended is the fried duck meat with garlic option. End with a scrumptious wok-fried pancake with a Chinese date filling or bird’s nest simmered in coconut milk.
Rating : 34/40
A moderate list of mostly New World red and white wines. Prices peak at 6,800 baht. A selection of bubbly is also available.
Rating : 16/20
Rating : 17/20