Food fit for a Palace

Joondalup Times - - OPINION -

CUS­TOMER de­mand for “the best au­then­tic Chi­nese cui­sine” has brought Dragon Palace to Joon­dalup.

The Dragon Palace Group, with head­quar­ters in North­bridge, opened its new­est restau­rant on Boas Av­enue in Jan­uary.

Owned by Mag­gie Cai and man­aged by Kenji Kam, it is part of the group’s ex­pan­sion plans for 2018.

Mr Kam said they in­tended to open more restau­rants later this year, but the lo­ca­tions were top se­cret.

“As our loyal cus­tomers re­quested, some of whom trav­elled all the way down from up north to dine at our North­bridge head­quar­ters, we lis­tened and here we are in Joon­dalup,” he said.

“We are here to serve one of the d479545 best au­then­tic Chi­nese cui­sine, dim sums and so­phis­ti­cated drinks.”

Mr Kam said he wanted to es­tab­lish a new yum cha precinct.

“We’re fa­mous for all sorts of dumplings and our ex­ten­sive yum cha items served fresh daily, in­clud­ing fresh bar­be­cue pork buns, spring rolls, sig­na­ture chilli salt and pep­per squid ten­ta­cles, soft shell crabs, con­gees, rice flour rolls, egg tarts, and co­conut milk sago desserts,” he said.

“We hope to cre­ate a brand new yum cha precinct, dine-in place for au­then­tic Chi­nese cui­sine and a chilled out restau­rant bar for lo­cal res­i­dents in the City of Joon­dalup.”

Al­though the North­bridge branch is also a karaoke bar, the Joon­dalup lo­ca­tion will re­main as a restau­rant and bar only.

Pic­ture: Mar­tin Ken­nealey

Dragon Palace chef Shek Hung Tse.

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