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Filled with contemporary gold interiors, live-seafood tanks and a lavish gleaming roof with brass pendant lights, this fine-dining restaurant fuses traditional Chinese cuisine with modern features. Golden Lane is well-known for serving dishes that blend Eastern and Western cooking techniques to present a fresh taste of traditional Chinese food.
Golden Lane is well-known for serving dishes that blend Eastern and Western cooking techniques to present a fresh taste of traditional Chinese food.
This seafood dish is made with fresh abalone, sea cucumber, shark fin, fish maw and cabbage, which have been...
This seafood dish is made with fresh abalone, sea cucumber, shark fin,...Find out more
Golden Lane’s extensive menu features Cantonese and spicy Sichuan dishes.
Fresh prawns are stir-fried with a simple chicken stock, mushrooms, ginger and shallots to make this dish. The prawns are served with corn and salad. Traditionally found in the south of China, this stir-fried prawn dish is usually served with fried or plain rice.
Chefs create this hot pot using chicken and pork broth and slow cooking it for two hours with fresh abalone, dried and fresh fish maw, mushrooms, shark fin and sea cucumber. This Chinese dish was traditionally served to only royalty, as the ingredients were expensive and hard to find. However, today the traditional hot pot is very popular with many Chinese people.
This spicy dish is made with deep-fried chicken breast that has been stir-fried with dried chilli, peppercorns and chilli oil. Traditionally found in the Chongqing region of China that is famous for its spicy food, this chicken dish is usually paired with a cold beer.
Walk into Golden Lane and the first thing you’ll see is a team of chefs stir frying, steaming and sizzling in the kitchen behind the restaurant’s huge glass windows. Inspect closer and you’ll see the chefs creating their popular and well-known Chinese and seafood dishes.
“We pride ourselves on our highly skilled kitchen team,” manager Nonic Mak said. “Our chefs create incredible Cantonese treats, spicy Sichuan dishes, fresh seafood and delicious dim sum for our 250-seater restaurant.”
Known for serving freshly made dishes using traditional cooking techniques, people travel from across the city to get their traditional Chinese food fix at this top restaurant.
Sip on one of the restaurant’s national or international wines, or one of their Chinese beers while choosing your favourite Chinese dish from their vast menu. Golden Lane’s menu canvasses popular choices like their marinated free range chicken, a classic beef ribs with black pepper sauce, stir-fried prawns with corn and sizzling Mongolian beef.
The food prioritises fresh and interesting flavour combinations, while using traditional Chinese cooking techniques is a vital part of the operation.
Their extensive menu allows the diner to explore dishes from various foodie destinations throughout China. Golden Lane’s chefs create a lineup of well-known Cantonese and spicy Sichuan dishes like kung pao chicken, peking duck, chilli crab and crispy skin pigeon, or go all out and order the restaurant’s infamous lobster sashimi.
Another huge drawing card to Golden Lane is their freshly prepared seafood delicacies. The live-seafood tanks are filled with fat silver fish, floating lobsters and the fleshy bellies of live abalone pressed against the glass. Bring your friends and order one of their popular seafood platters filled with the freshest scallops, prawns, surf clams, mussels and more.
“We have live lobsters, mud crabs, silver perch, abalone, oysters, coral trout, sea cucumbers and more,” Nonic said. “People come for our top quality seafood.”
The most popular cuisine of Hong Kong
Hong Kong food is a melting pot of different cultures and cuisines. It is mainly influenced by Cantonese cuisine and food from other Chinese regions, especially Teochew, Hakka and Hokkien. As the island has a long history of being an international place of business, there are influences from Japanese, Korean, Southeast Asian, Malaysian and western cuisines. There is also a strong British element to menus, from when Hong Kong was under British rule. Hong Kong is famous for food, and in just this one big city, food enthusiasts can indulge in all kinds of authentic cuisines from around the world. From street food to exclusive restaurants, Hong Kong has an unlimited variety of food for all tastes and class. Dishes are influenced by Cantonese cuisine, which is traditionally created so flavours of a dish are well-balanced and not greasy. Spices are also used moderately to avoid overwhelming the flavours of the main ingredients of the dish. Besides pork, beef and chicken, Cantonese food uses almost all edible meats, including offal, chicken feet, duck’s tongue, frog legs, snake and snail. Hong Kong is renowned for its yum cha (dim sum), wonton soup, roast meats, char siu and noodles.