Mittwoch, 2. März 2011

Der Lichtblick am Ende des Tunnels

Die Einrichtung ist irrsinnig ungemütlich, die Beleuchtung hat den Charme einer deutschen Kantine, die Location ist das pure Grauen, und trotzdem ist das Peking Restaurant eins meiner liebsten in Bangkok, denn das wunderbare Essen macht alles wieder wett. Chinese Food at its best! Frisch, knackig, nicht ölig, jede Menge vegetarische Optionen und eine große Auswahl an für unseren Gaumen recht ungewöhnlicher Gerichte für Karnivoren / Fleischfresser. Unbedingt die Fried Lotuswurzeln mit Ingwer probieren! Und die mit Gemüse gefüllten, gebackenen Gyosas (siehe Bild 3), und Chicken with Cashewnuts (Bild 4), und den geräucherten Tofu mit Sellerie... Um all die leckeren Sachen auf der katalogdicken Karte zu probieren, sollte man, wie in Asien üblich mit vielen Leuten kommen und teilen, oder einfach öfter kommen, so, wie ich.
Where to find: Peking Restaurant, kurz hinter der BTS Station Sala Daeng, bei Kentucky Fried Chicken rein in die Passage und da ganz am Ende.

Kommentare:

Pete Gerard Bangkok hat gesagt…

I went to that Chinese place at the 'end of the tunnel" and had to wait 45 minutes for the one dish I ordered. I had asked 3 times when my order would arrive and was told "in just a minute sir..." and was about to leave in disgust when it finally arrived.

Admittedly the place was nearly full when I sat down but then if they cannot serve a full house of patrons in a timely manner then I would suggest to reduce the number of tables!

All of this has no bearing on the delicious food that you have rightly commented on but extremely slow service turns a potentially sweet experience into a sour one.

My recommendation: if the place is half full and your in a hurry or very hungry go to KFC or Subway next door!

GAB hat gesagt…

i'm very sorry for your inconvenience. to be honest it never happend to me and i went there nearly 20 times last year. yes the service girls are not quick, but quiet nice. i hope you'll maybe give it a second try!
cheers
gab

Pete Gerard hat gesagt…

No need to be sorry cause its not your fault. Actually I too have been to that restaurant many times and never had any problems except for that one time. And that was because I always went there when there were very few customers. I suggest your readers do the same.