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Mei Jiang has the classic elegance of a long-standing institution — with carpeted floors, starched linens and competent and smiling service. The noise levels stay at a quiet murmur rather than a bustling party, and there is no live music. As such, it’s popular for a variety of diners, from guests of The Peninsula Bangkok to businesspeople to extended families. Overall, Mei Jiang is more a place for a special meal with a client or the family and less a date spot, and the crowd is older and well-groomed. That being said, the vibe is far from oppressive and during lunchtime can resemble an upscale brunch party.