It’s no mean feat opening a Chinese restaurant in a historically Italian neighbourhood, but Oriental Royal Kitchen in Haberfield has got the local tick of approval. Serving up delicious modern Chinese delicacies for lunch and dinner, this Ramsay Street restaurant also boasts an elegant, Asian inspired interior making it the perfect spot to dine in style while feasting over some of their tasty dishes on offer. The ideal restaurant for enjoying a meal with family or friends, Oriental Royal Kitchen offers an extensive menu including classics like shredded roasted duck and dried scallop soup or stir fried king prawns with black pepper sauce – whatever you’re in the mood for, this Sydney restaurant has got you covered, but be sure to book ahead to avoid missing out.
Sydney has always had a love affair with modern Chinese cuisine, and there are several outstanding spots throughout the city, however, it also takes a great amount of courage to open a Chinese restaurant in a culturally historic Italian district like Haberfield. The team behind Oriental Royal Kitchen have done just that, and done it right. Located on the corner of Ramsey Street in a large and beautiful space, this modern Chinese restaurant has certainly got locals talking, and after experiencing it for yourself, you’ll soon see why.
Right in the heart of Haberfield, Oriental Royal Kitchen specialises in modern Chinese cuisine with their own special twist. We recommend beginning your lunch or dinner with their ever delicious seafood san choy bau or fried prawn dumplings, before moving on to the perfectly balanced sweet corn soup with crab meat or perhaps stir fried scallops with fresh seasonal vegetables. Perfect for the whole family or any special occasion, book your spot at this Sydney gem today – you won’t be disappointed.
good, prompt and friendly service. Delicious food, as good if not better, than Chinatown. Seafood and vegetables fresh, dumplings tasty. Child friendly with toy given at the end which was a lovely gesture,
The food and service was good. They only down side was they didn't have any non breakable dinnerware for children and had many breakable trinkets that intrigued the children. Would like to see if they had a non western style menu.
Food was nice but very expensive for a suburban restaurant. Decor very 70's ,odd crockery! Service wasn't attentive considering we were the only people there.