Dynasty restaurant at Centara Grand at CentralWorld has long been one of the must-visit lunch and dinner spots in Bangkok for fine-dining Cantonese dishes with a laidback, informal atmosphere (plus some great views over the city).
However, Dynasty’s culinary horizons are now expanding further than just Southeast China (where many of its favorite Cantonese dishes originate from) – with the restaurant serving over 100 dishes that combine many different elements of Asian cooking, including Japanese, Vietnamese, Malaysian and more.
Some of these can be enjoyed as part of Dynasty’s new menu of signature dishes by Chef Kongsun Sae-Liang and his team. On your next visit, don’t miss out on the delicate ‘Snow Fish’ (cooked either with honey or sake sauce); ‘Maine lobster’ (stir-fried or steamed); ‘Wok-fried Wagyu Ribeye with black pepper sauce’; and the classic ‘Roasted duck breast and mango with orange sauce’.
For a lighter lunch or starter before a main course, we also recommend the new ‘Stir-fried Cantonese tofu with salted sauce’, ‘Japanese abalone and fish maw soup’ and the ‘Vietnamese prawn salad and vegetables’
Located a short elevator ride up the tower here at Centara Grand at CentralWorld, Dynasty’s new signature dishes can be enjoyed together with any of our other a la carte dishes, with a dim sum buffet or as part of a set lunch and dinner. (Please note that the lunch serving at Dynasty is from 11.30 – 14.30 and dinner serving is from 18.00 – 22.30 every day).
A full line up of the new additions to Dynasty’s signature dish menu can be found below:
Crispy duck salad with plum sauce, Deep fried prawn with green tea, Pork char siu, Chicken Mongolia, Roasted chicken Peking style, Chinese crispy duck salad with lemongrass sauce, Mexico abalone with shitake in brown sauce, Australia abalone braise with vegetable, Grilled lamb chopped with coffee sauce and Stir-fried mud crab; Singapore style, Curry style or Black pepper sauce.
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