James Au of the Lazy Panda restaurant in Bangkok. Photo: Vincent Vichit-Vadakan James Au of the Lazy Panda restaurant in Bangkok. Photo: Vincent Vichit-Vadakan
James Au of the Lazy Panda restaurant in Bangkok. Photo: Vincent Vichit-Vadakan

Hongkongers’ son brings American-style Chinese food to Bangkok

  • James Au never thought he’d follow in his parents’ footsteps and open a restaurant. Then he noticed the Thai capital’s lack of Chinese-American food
  • The result was Lazy Panda, an eatery that builds on Au’s family history – with culinary roots stretching back to Hong Kong, via Minneapolis and Alaska

Topic |   Thailand
James Au of the Lazy Panda restaurant in Bangkok. Photo: Vincent Vichit-Vadakan James Au of the Lazy Panda restaurant in Bangkok. Photo: Vincent Vichit-Vadakan
James Au of the Lazy Panda restaurant in Bangkok. Photo: Vincent Vichit-Vadakan
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