Posts tagged with ‘seafood’


Dong Bei Ren – North East People Restaurant

August 12, 2006

Dong bei ren logo

Bringing flavours from the North East of China to Guangzhou, this is a very popular restaurant and is always busy, noisy, and crowded. Don’t let that put you off though, as the food is delicious – it’s full of dark rich tastes that contrasts sharply to subtle Cantonese food.

Although the menu is not in English (there are lots of pictures), and no staff can speak any English, it is still frequented by a lot of non-Chinese. The staff are very friendly and show the rare emotion of smiling.


Lei Garden Restaurant

August 12, 2006

Lei garden logo

Lee Garden is one of the more expensive Cantonese restaurants in Guangzhou, serving up a large selection of high class and rare food (especially seafood).

The restaurant is very Hong Kong style, and not surprisingly the owners are from Hong Kong. The dimsum is very good (the spring rolls are great), as is the soup and seafood. Prices reflect their Hong Kong origins and tend to be high, although the staff are polite and do smile.


Australian Great Barrier Reef Restaurant

August 12, 2006

Great barrier reef dish

The Australian Great Barrier Reef Restaurant serves up a fusion of BBQ, Thai, Cantonese, Japanese, as well as Australian cuisine. Combined with a real Australian chef it is the perfect place to visit if you like seafood, fish, and particularly oysters.

There is a lunch and dinner buffet, and English is spoken.

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