The Royal Dragon (Mang Gorn Luang) restaurant in Bangkok, Thailand, opened in October, 1991, and can seat 5,000 customers, served by 1,200 staff.
The Royal Dragon restaurant, known in Thai as Mang Gorn Luang, opened in 1991. Over1,000 dishes are offered on the menu to suit all tastes: Chinese, Japanese, Thai, and Western. In 1995 it was reported that nearly 9,979 kg. (2,200 lb.) of seafood was served every day. When pushed to its limits, the kitchen can produce 3,000 dishes in an hour.
The building itself takes
on the appearance of Chinese architecture, with sloping roofs of orange-red
tiles. When it opened, the restaurant employed 1,200 staff, including 541
waiters and waitresses, and 322 chefs. The waiting staff wear roller-skates
in order to ensure a speedy service.