Good food and very sincerely service from the manager (KAT). Today we order the black crab and it is so delicious. The atmosphere of the restaurant look elegant.
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It was our anniversary and we decided to eat in the hotel. The choice of fine dining fell to either Chinese or Japanese and we decided on Chinese adn it was definitely the right choice. The food was sublime and the chef delightful. We started...More
Date visited: August 20, 2017 Overview: My second time at Liu Chinese restaurant at Conrad Bangkok hotel. The quality of the food was still up to par, but the service was noticeably worse than the last time because it appeared that there were not enough...More
Went there for lunch on Sunday and found they offered Weekend Set Lunch with huge choices of dim sum. 4 pages of refillable dim sum to choose for fixed price of THB1,000++ per pax, really good deal, isn't it? Service and staffs manner are of...More
When we stay at the Conrad Bangkok we always have dinner at Liu. The dishes are really fantastic and the restaurant manager Kat is full of kindness and smiles. We love the dish with shrimps and melon. Really great!
Excellent quality and service. Great ambiance. We were greeted with kindness and smiles. We received attention as if we were the only customers in the restaurant. Relaxing atmosphere with soft music and lighting. Cashew nuts were served as we reviewed the menu. A couple of...More
I went in for lunch. Very good Yum Cha dim sum dumpling dishes. Very good service which you would expect as it is inside the 5 star Conrad Hotel. Prices are high but the quality is very good.
We had an included 5 course meal on our hotel package. There were not many diners here but we were placed on a large table right outside an open private dining area. This would have been ok except for the raucous and persistent shouting from...More
When travelling with work it is common to eat in the hotel restaurant. Time and ease are two factors, and in honesty I rarely go to a restaurant in a hotel unless I'm working in the area. In this case Liu is typical of Conrad...More
I go to Liu for family Sunday lunch once in a while, and it has become our family's Sunday Chinese restaurant. On the latest visit, the food has changed - many traditional dim sum dishes are no longer available, but to be replaced by a...More