The type of restaurant you would want to bring your out-of-town guests or celebrate a special occasion in.
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The last time we ate here was about 7 yrs ago. We love the roast suckling piglet (used to be 800baht then and now 1800baht). The place is super busy during the weekend with lots of tourists and locals. Service becomes slow and food preparation...More
We ate here on our first night in Chiang Mai, even though it was literally heaving with diners, they found us a seat. Food was excellent, no overpowering sauces which made each dish stand out. Service was friendly and they had a very nice hostess...More
We ordered a Peking duck which were cooked into 4 different dishes. All were great except we find the one which was deep-fried a bit too hard. The "star" dish was supposed to be the pig trotter which left a deep impression after eating it...More
We have always wondered why the heavy traffic at Jia Tong Heng. Like seriously, the food must be darn good to warrant all the cars coming out from the restaurant. Well, how wrong can this assumption be? Our lunch was very average. Being part Chinese,...More
Good food but we came for duck. Service needs a little attention! Beautiful bathroom! Overall a nice experience. Bathroom was the highlight though.
Great place to visit and eat. I dont normally much care for chinese food as I find it bland but the suckling pig here was very good with pickles and a thick dipping sauce. Has to be ordered in advance. The restaurant itself is cavernous...More
Wide variety of delicious dishes at this family Chinese restaurant at quite reasonable prices. Service good and very pleasant atmosphere for dining. We usually ordered up to 4 dishes that were served within 15 minutes after ordering and this gave rise to a leisurely repast...More
We were a big tour group who stoped at this restaurant for dinner. The atmosphere was as usual for a chinese restaurant that cater for big groups. Food was good and service very good but nothing stand out as great just good