Little China Girl in Northbridge is a stylish and chic Chinese restaurant located on Roe Street in this bustling Perth suburb. Fully licenced with an array of beer, wine and cocktails, this funky space is one of our favourites for very good reason. Specialising in dim sum and yum cha, it’s the perfect choice to bring the whole family, your best friends or that special someone for a lunch or dinner they won’t soon forget. Located just down from the Art Gallery of Western Australia and the Perth Cultural Centre, Little China Girl serves up some seriously delicious food that we’re quite sure you’ll love. Book a table now!
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It was our first time and we loved the food. The salt and pepper squid wasn't too oily, the broth of the shanghai dumplings exploded in our mouths and the salted fish and egg rice wasn't ridiculously salty. We got a few other dishes and all of them were delicious.
Very nice spot for a quick bite and to catch up with friends
The talented team behind Little China Girl have a wealth of knowledge and experience when it comes to serving mouthwatering dim sum and yum cha-style Chinese fare… 30 years of it, to be exact. So you can rest assured that the food, service and atmosphere will be second-to-none. Located on Roe Street, the space itself is industrial-chic with exposed brick, oriental art and furniture and bursts of black and red colour creating a mysterious and enticing feeling that matches the Little China Girl menu perfectly. We told you it’s a cool spot.
As for the menu, that’s where Little China Girl Perth really shines. Start with the Hong Kong-style rice flour roll; baked bbq pork pineapple bun; prawn dumplings; scallop shumai and the salt and pepper tofu. Then, you can either stay on the dim sum train or take a look at the rice, congee or wok noodle selections that are brimming with a range of meat, seafood and vegetarian dishes cooked to perfection. If all this has sparked your curiosity, then head to Little China Girl in Northbridge for a Chinese feast to remember. Just be sure to book ahead to avoid disappointment.