In Northbridge, Dragon Palace is where you can count on some of the finest Chinese food Perth has to offer. With four locations around Western Australia, this family of restaurants has made a name for itself by ensuring that every dish is created using the finest ingredients and most authentic cooking methods. Specialising in Cantonese cuisine, the chefs at Dragon Palace in Northbridge bring decades of service to the table, and their experience is apparent in dishes like their artfully prepared dim sum and exotic mains like crocodile fillet with snow peas. There’s so much more to discover, so be sure to book ahead and make your way to Dragon Palace on Francis Street as soon as you can.
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Delicious dumplings and the best salt and pepper squid around! Would like to have 1 chilli oil and 1 soy sauce per person provided from the start without having to ask, (and a spoon for our Shanghai dumplings so we don't lose all the sauce) but apart from those nit-picks everything was good. Friendly staff too :)
Nice place nice taste of dim sum. I love durian mochi and almond durian
Dragon Palace is a bit of a Perth institution, and with restaurants in Cockburn and KTV, as well as here in Northbridge, let’s just say that Perth foodies have been buzzing about this Chinese haven since 1999. This elegant restaurant provides the perfect backdrop for an evening out with friends or colleagues, or for a special meal with the whole family. Dragon Palace specialises in dim sum and seafood, but you’ll also find a plethora of other delicious options on its menu.
At Dragon Palace in Northbridge, a range of dim sum options are yours to sample, with fillings like ginger and pigstock in black vinegar, roast duck, scallops and prawn and coriander. Select your preferred style as this Perth restaurant offers them steamed, pan-fried, deep-fried, and even as a dessert, so literally everyone is well-catered for. If you’re opting for a la carte, kick things off at Dragon Palace with jellyfish and sliced pork hock, chilli pepper baked quail, and a serving of san choy bao, before the main event of signature fried wagyu beef, steamed coral trout, or Cantonese steak. Vegetarians are also in luck, with Fuzhou-style bean curd and sizzling vegetarian hot pots on offer as well. We’ve barely scratched the surface of this Chinese haven on Francis Street, so do yourself a favour and reserve a table to find out what all the fuss is about!