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Golden Palace Seafood Restaurant

Warming up to wintertime dishes

Even though our Mainland friends might laugh at this: it gets cold in Hawaii! As the air conditioner turns off and the socks come on, the soups and casseroles that have waited all summer are finally here. Gary Lam, manager of Golden Palace Seafood Restaurant, is happy to share the warmth with you. He’s hand-picked…

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Great Taste, Good Value are as Good as Gold

Whether one desires a quick lunch on the go or a relaxing sit-down meal with friends and family, Golden Palace Seafood Restaurant serves up a warm, inviting atmosphere coupled with an eclectic menu bursting with stellar cuisine. Conveniently located in downtown Honolulu at 111 N. King St. amid the bustling Chinatown district, Golden Palace Seafood…

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Chinese classics can do no wrong

Here in the Islands, fusion cuisine is no rare sighting. Our knack for gastronomy and willingness to try new things make it easy for different countries to join forces and form a palatable menu. Sometimes as diners though, we hunger for the classics, a meal so authentic it immediately takes you to a specific land,…

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Dim sum from the heart

Dining on dim sum is one of my favorite cultural traditions — sitting in a loud, crowded Chinese restaurant, with servers maneuvering food carts in between tables and chairs, while we order baskets and baskets of steamed dumplings, along with other tasty dishes, such as baked manapua, custard tarts and more. At Golden Palace Seafood…

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Golden Palace Seafood Restaurant

Take a look at this week’s house special: Fukin Tofu ($7.95) With its low prices and constant presence in the community for more than a decade, Golden Palace Seafood Restaurant is a legend in Hawaii’s dining scene. Located in the heart of Chinatown on North King Street, the restaurant has garnered a reputation, receiving high…

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Golden Palace Seafood Restaurant

Golden Palace Seafood Restaurant has made its presence known to the vast majority of Oahu’s dining enthusiasts. Located in the heart of Chinatown on North King Street, the restaurant has earned a reputation for serving up some of the cheapest, but tastiest dim sum in town, in addition to a seemingly endless variety of genuine…

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Noontime Noodles

Noodle enthusiasts have long turned to Chinese cuisine for their fill of the stringy food. How long exactly? Scientific evidence indicates nothing short of 4,000 years. Archeologists’ discovery of ancient noodles preserved in a sealed bowl in northwestern China suggest Asia, not Italy, as the birthplace of the dish. The delicate process required to make…

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A Golden Opportunity

Growing up, my Nana was my very best friend. Every Monday through Friday, the minute the school bell rung for dismissal, bystanders would witness a flash of rainbow tassels and the blurred streak of my ten-speed Schwinn as I peeled out of the parking lot — to Grandmother’s house I’d go! And without fail, like…

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The Golden-ticket Fare

Golden Palace Seafood Restaurant may be the most recognizable eatery in Chinatown. Its large, red pillars have been used as a meeting place and geographical landmark for decades. Golden Palace has also been a hot spot for diners in the mood for dim sum and other Hong Kong-style delicacies. With three generations of family ownership,…

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Chinese Cuisine That’s as Good as Gold

Located in the heart of Chinatown, it’s difficult to miss Golden Palace Seafood Restaurant — red pillars line its entrance, embla-zoned with golden dragons dancing toward the sky. It’s a grand entrance paired perfectly with its regal name. And once inside, you also will discover that Golden Palace’s dishes have just as much to offer….

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