For fans of Chinese cooking, Chiang Mai has a pretty good selection of Chinese restaurants. In addition to our recommended Chinese restaurants below, a number of other hotels also have onsite eateries serving delicacies from China. The Thai version of Hainanese chicken rice is called khao man kai. This dish is a common offering at dining centres and food courts in shopping centres.
Last Updated: September 2018
JIA TONG HENG RESTAURANT
Jia Tong Heng has two outlets in Chiang Mai which serve an assortment of Chinese-style dishes as well as Hong Kong specialities seasoned with XO piquant seafood sauce. Squid with salted egg yolk, fried prawns, roast duck, duck breast with lemon sauce and crispy pork are just a few of the favourites listed on the Jia Tong Heng menus. The Sridonchai Road branch is close to the Imperial Mae Ping Hotel and the Night Bazaar.
Jia Tong Heng: [Sridonchai Branch] #193/2-3, Sridonchai Rd., T. Chang Klan, A. Muang, Chiang Mai 50100 | Open: 10:00-22:00 (Daily) | Tel: +66 53 820 860-2 | Fax: +66 53 820 859 | Website | Facebook | E-mail | Map
Jia Tong Heng: [Fa Ham Branch] #222, M. 5, Chiang Mai-Lampang Rd., T. Fa Ham, A. Muang, Chiang Mai 50000 | Open: 10:00-22:00 (Daily) | Tel: +66 53 242 242 | Fax: +66 53 261 939 | Website | Facebook | E-mail | Map
For fans of tangy Szechuan region cuisine, the China Kitchen is an unmissable venue for a meal to remember. The China Kitchen is one of the onsite dining options at the Shangri-La Chiang Mai and resembles a palatial dining room of the China of yesteryear. Although the menu here focuses on Szechuan cooking, there are plenty of Cantonese favourites to choose from too.
China Kitchen at the Shangri-La Hotel: #89/8 T. Chang Klan, A. Muang, Chiang Mai 50100 | Open: 11:30-22:00 (Daily) | Tel: +66 53 253 888 | Fax: +66 53 253 800 | Website | Facebook | E-mail
The Fujian is one of the dining venues at another high-end hotel. This time it is the Dhara Dhevi. The Fujian was built to resemble a Portuguese colonial mansion and offers regional dishes from most areas of China. Specialities include dim sum, Beijing roast duck, shark’s fin and bird’s nest soups, and clay-pot abalone. The Dhara Dhevi is near the eastern section of the city’s inner ring road.
Fujian at the Dhara Dhevi: #51/4, T. Tasala, A. Muang, Chiang Mai 50000 | Open: 11:30-22:30 (Daily) | Tel: +66 53 888 888 | Fax: +66 53 888 999 | Website | Facebook | E-mail