Dining Out Lifestyle

Lunchtime, dinner specials will amaze

THE ultimate in slippery deliciousness or round dumpling balls of goodness fried or steamed to perfection, Yum Cha – in all of its fresh, succulent glory – is now on offer for lunch seven days a week at newly opened Golden Territory Seafood Restaurant, 204 Beamish Street, Campsie.

Owner Andy says customers are going mad not only for the silky lunchtime treat but also for the extensive dinner menu with seafood the specialty but also a huge range of pork, beef, lamb, chicken and duck dishes to whet your appetite.

“We offer live seafood, cooked straight from the tank,” he explained.

“Dishes are fresh, high quality and delicious; some of the most popular items include lobster with ginger and shallots, steamed coral fish, panfried scallops stuffed with prawn, fried king prawn dumplings, supreme shark fin soup (advance orders only), all of the stone wok and hotpot dishes, including favourites like the pork ribs, spicy calamari, mix vegetable and bean curd, lobster meat in shell and claws cooked via your method of choice, abalone, oyster pancake chiu chow style, deep fried pigeon and tofu, rice, noodle and vermicelli marvels.”

Desserts include mango pancake, fried ice cream, double boiled bird’s nest soup with rock sugar, longevity birthday bun with lotus seed paste, and homemade Cantonese cookies.

With four banquet menus and catering available, Golden Territory Seafood Restaurant is licensed and BYO (corkage charge).

Throughout April, diners can enjoy a 12 per cent off lunchtime special, a 10 per cent off dinner special, 30 per cent off during ‘happy hour’ 3-5pm; lobster (with E-Fu noodles) for $88.80 and mud crab for $68.80 or order two specials at the same time and pay only $148.80

It’s open Monday to Friday, 10am-10pm, Saturday, 9am-11pm, and Sunday, 9am-10pm. 

Find them on Uber Eats or for more info, visit goldenterritory.com.au