Enter this ‘Palace’ and enjoy a good meal

A La Carte

September 30, 2018

Story By: Kyle Galdeira | Photos by: LAWRENCE TABUDLO

Law Hon Jai ($8.95)

Golden Palace Seafood Restaurant adds “heart and soul” into every dish found on its eclectic menu.

Located in downtown Honolulu at 111 N. King St. within bustling Chinatown, Golden Palace has been serving popular Hong Kong-style cuisine blended with Southern Chinese influences since 2001. The restaurant’s culinary team also continues to introduce new dishes to complement a vast menu filled with classic favorites and extraordinary value.

“We stick to the basic with our dishes, and you can always come back for more,” notes Gary Lam, general manager. “You can’t go wrong as our cuisine will always fill you up.”

Minute Chicken Cake Noodle ($7.95)

Minute Chicken Cake Noodle ($7.95) is one of the top sellers at Golden Palace Seafood Restaurant, as the hearty portion of delicious chicken is served atop a bed of perfectly cooked noodles and topped with a house-made gravy bursting with flavor.

Beef with Black Bean Sauce Chow Funn ($5.95) also includes a house-made sauce crafted from scratch and a mountain of tasty, thick noodles that soak up the flavorful gravy.

Beef with Black Bean Sauce Chow Funn ($5.95)

A popular vegetarian choice known to bring good luck to diners is Law Hon Jai ($8.95). The dish includes snow peas, carrots, straw mushrooms, black fungus, shiitake mushrooms, water chestnuts, baby corn and rice noodles enveloped in a tasty sauce.

Golden Palace offers a banquet room on the second floor capable of hosting upwards of 400 people. According to Lam, multiple groups have utilized the convenient space for a variety of functions including holiday parties, weddings, birthday celebrations and business gatherings. Guests are encouraged to book the room as soon as possible, as reservations for the remainder of the year are filling up.

What’s more, Golden Palace Seafood Restaurant offers tasty and affordable dim sum (all dim sum items are $2.69) every day from 7 a.m. to about 2:30 p.m.

Honolulu, HI 96817

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