Tucked inside the strip mall along Hanson Road, on the block between Millicent Street and The Avenue in Adelaide’s Athol Park, is a handsomely appointed shrine to Chinese cuisine. Hanson Palace is the focus of the pilgrimage, and with tanks of live seafood and yum cha on the menu it’s a popular site for lovers of good Asian food. The menu is comprehensive, and with 2016 being the Year of the Monkey you can also indulge in special banqueting options when you need a little luck and a big celebration.
The Hanson Road Palace served delightful food and in abundance on Fathers' Day Make sure you book first directly with the restaurant. This was our mistake.
Service is good , the waiters are very friendly . The food is surprisingly nice and in reasonable . Overall a very good dining experience for all of us.
Hanson Palace is a popular local Chinese restaurant in the northern Adelaide suburb of Athol Park. Located along Hanson Road, Hanson Palace serves all your favourite dishes plus a number of chef’s specialties that you’re unlikely to find elsewhere. Abalone, whole Murray cod deep-fried with a special blend of salt, pepper and spices, instant bird’s nest available to take home and steamed custard buns with runny egg yolk inside are some of the dishes that have made Hanson Palace’s name in the community.
Not surprisingly, the Hanson Palace dishes that really top the list as most popular are the spring rolls, satay sticks, golden honey chicken and fried rice. Athol Park locals often book in a meal deal for four or six people, packed with delicacies like salt and pepper tentacle, Mongolian fillet steak, braised chicken with cashews, sweet and sour pork, Peking pork ribs, and garlic king prawns. Adelaide has many a shrine to Asian and Chinese cuisine, but for the royal treatment head to Hanson Palace.