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Located over on King William Road in Adelaide’s Hyde Park, Chao Shan is an unpretentious little restaurant serving up delicious Chinese cuisine in a warm and inviting environment. Open seven days a week and boasting huge selection of mouthwatering meat, seafood and vegetarian options, Chao Shan is perfect for a relaxed family dinner. To guarantee a table at this cosy Adelaide restaurant, making a booking beforehand is recommended.
Food was not nearly as good as it was before service was very average appeared like they just were waiting for us to leave never cleared table just left all our dishes till we left
Nice little restaurant. Service prompt and friendly. Food freshly cooked and great tasting. Will go back again. Think restaurant is under new management or ownership.
With its clean and simple decor, Adelaide’s Chao Shan leaves all of the old Chinese restaurant cliches aside and instead lets the food on offer do the talking for itself with a menu that is full of Chinese favourites. Begin your meal at this cosy Hyde Park joint with a classic like the vegetable spring rolls, or go for one of Chao Shan’s special dishes like the tofu with preserved egg. From satay chicken to black bean beef and sweet and sour pork, Chao Shan’s menu offers all of the time-honoured dishes.
Seafood lovers will be delighted with the salt and pepper soft shell crab (deep-fried battered soft shell crab stir-fried with fresh chilli capsicum, onion and garlic), while vegetarians will find plenty of choice too. With its friendly customer service, homely atmosphere and authentic Chinese cuisine, Chao Shan draws in diners to its location on King William Road in the Hyde Park area of Adelaide, seven days a week. Avoid disappointment by reserving a table in advance.