About Royal Treasure
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About the restaurant
Royal Treasure Burwood should be at the top of your list when you fancy some authentic Chinese seafood in Sydney. Serving up a whole host of Cantonese dishes from its convenient location on Belmore Street, Royal Treasure is, in fact, quite the treasure. Seafood lovers will fall head over heels with the extensive food offering which includes live coral trout, live king crab, live South Australian and New South Wales lobster, live abalone and fresh oysters. So whether you’re planning a yum cha feast or if you want to fill up on all kinds of treats from the a la carte, a reservation at Royal Treasure is always a good idea.
A word of advice to all you Sydney foodies out there, always come to Royal Treasure Burwood with your heartiest appetite. The fact that the portions are huge, the Chinese food offering is incredible and the prices are inexpensive means that you’re going to want to try as many Cantonese dishes as humanly possible. Situated on Belmore Street, right in the heart of Burwood, the cherry on top of Royal Treasure is that the staff and atmosphere are endlessly inviting, making you feel right at home in seconds.
If you’re planning a visit to Royal Treasure Sydney, first you must decide if you would like to visit this delightful eatery for yum cha (Cantonese brunch involving Chinese tea and dim sum), for an extensive a la carte experience or if you would like the Royal Treasure to serve you up a selection of their favourite dishes, banquet-style. No matter which you choose, believe us when we tell you that you’ll be in for an extremely delicious time indeed. Some standout dishes on the menu include the deep fried beef ribs in a honey and black pepper sauce; pork ribs in a peking sauce combined with deep fried mango milk and the stewed oxtail hotpot in red wine sauce.