The latest opening from the Chef Man goes for retro Hong Kong diner vibes.
Following high-end M Krub's modernist take on Chinese cuisine, the latest opening in the ever-expanding Chef Man empire couldn't be more different.
Chairman replaces the short-lived Chef Man Express at Emquartier and goes for a '50s Hong Kong diner vibe (known as bing sutt or bing shi). Frequent travelers to HK probably know the score: boh loh baau (pineapple buns), milky teas and coffees, buttery French toast and lots of Hong Kong versions of Western food. (Fear not, Chef Man's steamed salted egg custard bun remains too!)
Highlights of the lengthy menu include the steamed honey BBQ (B35) and steamed yam paste buns (B40), and the baked rice with chicken chop and fish fillet in twin sauce (B260).
Drinks include iced red bean with milk (B75), Hong Kong milk tea (B80) and chilled milk tea (B110). All items are available for eat-in or takeaway.
Stay tuned for more.
This review took place in November 2015 and is based on a visit to the restaurant without the restaurant's knowledge. For more on BK's review policy, click here.
|Address:||Chairman, 2/F, Emquartier, Sukhumvit Soi 35, Bangkok, 10110 Thailand|
|Cuisine:||Cantonese, Deli / Takeaway / Take Out|
|Price Range:||BB - BBB|
|Open since:||October, 2015|
|Opening hours:||daily 9am-9pm|
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