The large menu offers shark's fin, abalone and live seafood, as well as the restaurant's speciality, duck. For a signature starter try rich, appetizing deep-fried mushroom with sesame seeds and mayonnaise. For the main course, lychee wood-roasted peking duck is one of the specialities of Hong Kong chef Leung Shing Hoi. The thin crispy skin is complemented with liqueur-laced dried lychee to add to the steamed pancake roll, spring onion and cucumber. For the duck meat, five choices are offered. Wok-fried duck meat with bamboo shoot, shiitake mushroom and crispy vermicelli wrapped in lettuce is cooked dry and is just heaven. The dim sum menu is extensive and there are set menus for eight to 10 diners to choose. For a dessert to soothe digestion, chilled lemongrass iced jelly with aloe vera in lime juice is refreshing and delicious.
Fei Ya is the new, trendy hotel Chinese in town, richly decorated throughout, with hanging lampshades in the shape of rice farmers' hats to accentuate the eastern promise.
Renaissance Bangkok Ratchaprasong, 518/8 Ploenchit Rd, Bangkok 10330
|Buffets: Lunch || ||Dress code: Smart Casual |
|Private Rooms: For 12 people ||Reservations: |
|Corkage: 750 Baht ||Tel: 0-2125-5000 |
|Car Valet: Yes ||Price: 1,000 baht/person |
|Open Time: Lunch: 11:30am-2:30pm; Dinner: 6:00pm-10:30pm |