Golden Dragon Palace Seafood Restaurant

It’s been quite some time since I last visited Golden Dragon and in terms of decor, nothing seems to have really changed. The place is traditional and elegant with the Chinese lanterns, the timber dividers and the wallpaper that features Chinese characters. The white table cloths and leather seating give this place a more luxurious…

Shanghai Tea House

Shanghai Tea House is located inside Burnside Village, and is both a Chinese restaurant and yum cha place rolled into one. The place has a modern exterior with traditional elements inside. The decor is not specifically traditional Chinese, but more of a fusion of other Asian elements. The seating cubicles that they have on one…

Dim Well Cafe

Dim Well is a relatively new yum cha eatery located in the Gouger Street cafe precinct. The menu is your stock standard yum cha fare which is prepared as ordered. The place is relatively small with the tables close to each other. There’s no way a yum cha trolley is going to make its way…

Noodle Kingdom

Noodle Kingdom isn’t the nicest place I’ve seen. When we were going to our table, I noticed grease marks on one of the chairs I was about to sit at. I then decided to sit at the table next to it and that chair had even more grease marks. I knew it was going to…