The all-time top best legendary Chinese restaurant in Yaowarat, “Tang Jai Yoo” has continuously been inheriting the taste of deliciousness for 90 years to the heir generation. Currently, the restaurant is being operated by Ms. Ausanee Tangjaiyoo, who intentionally maintains the identity of “Tang Jai Yoo’, especially on the simplicity and friendliness. What are the menus for today? Let’s check it out.
To awake your appetite, “Chinese Pickled Cabbage and Roasting Salted Peanut” are firstly served as Hors d’oeuvre. Having its mellow savor, the Chinese Pickled Cabbage is absolutely delicious like no other. The peanuts have been roasted until fragrant and added with salt to highlight its flavor that makes you honestly enjoy and could not stop eating it.
Following up with a full-chewing “Fried Shrimp Ball” stuffed with meaty shrimps that have been kneaded until they are eventually soft and sticky and wrapped with Tofu Sheet. This dish is absolutely tasty when you eat it as hot.
Here we come to the traditional “Fried Oyster Omelette”. The relish of this menu lies on the freshly hearty oysters full of the plate as well as the gooey flour perfectly mixed with egg and flour. Anyone who ever tries this menu, you are going to love it.
A highly recommened dish “Chinese Raw Fish Salad” – a fresh succulent fish with no fishy smell topped with white fragrant sesame seeds, is amazingly compatible with the freshly shredded vegetables, fruits, and sauce.
Next, Trigger your nose with a granule of fragrant fried garlic from fresh chubby “Fried Mantis Shrimps with Chillies and Salt”. If you are a pro-spicy tongue, just double dip the mantis shrimps with the hot spicy seafood sauce to make it crazy spicy.
To close off the meal, you probably have not reached this place yet if you do not order the heavenly “Grouper and Taro with Seasoned Soup in Hotpot”. The chef selectively chooses only fresh grouper to boil with the Taro in the mellow original soup recipe created by the restaurant. A fleshy sweet grouper head adding with the starchy Taro leads you to the edge of gratifying taste.
If you want to explore an unusual authentic Chinese food that is not commonly found in ordinary places, “Tang Jai Yoo” is a ideal place that you should come to try once. You will immensely be impressed by whatsoever menus you ordered. The restaurant caters you with various line menus such as Roast Goose Leg in Clay Pot, Steamed Grouper in Soy Sauce, Shark Fin Soup, Stir-fried abalone with kale, and etc.
Tang Jai Yoo Restaurant at Yaowarat Branch is located on the left side of Yaowarat Road where the front alley is Hua Seng Heng. From the left side of Yaowarat Road, make a left turn and walk in around 50 meters. You will find the place on the left-hand side. For reservation, please contact 02-2242167. Can’t make it to the place? No worries. Just simply order the yummy menu via LINEMAN here at https://lin.ee/SbZ8fzZ No matter how far or close you are, you can always ensure those yummy dishes will finally feed your stomach.
Tang Jai Yoo Restaurant at Yaowarat Branch
85-89 Yaowapanich Road, Samphanthawong District, Bangkok 10100
: located on the left side of Yaowarat Road where the front alley is Hua Seng Heng. From the left side of Yaowarat Road, make a left turn and walk in through around 50 meters. You will find the place on the left-hand side. 200 meters from MRT Wat Mangkon Station and 900 meters from MRT Hua LamPhong Station
Contact Numbers: 02-2242167, 02-2242172, 081-7530100
Opening-Closing Hours (Separated in 2 Times)
1. Monday – Sunday during 11:00 am. – 14:00 pm.
2. Monday – Sunday during 17.00 pm. – 22:00 pm.