Seafood, Yum Cha, traditional and modern Cantonese cuisine - Greenwood Chinese has it all. Conveniently located in Greenwood Plaza near the Greenwood Hotel, Greenwood Chinese is a fully licensed restaurant which is open 7 days a week.
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Consistently good and it's open seven days a week. Emphasis is on Seafood so I'm not complaining ! I've been eating here for over 15 years and it's always fresh tasty and reliable. I recommend the banquets, oh how I love the Lazy Susans. Park at Greenwood, they can validate, for an hour of free parking, or catch the train , it's so easy peasy. Fair prices and swift efficient service. When the locals eat here you know it's good, much time is different, a loyal office crowd go here. Great stuff.
I visited for Yum Cha lunch on Sunday. We arrived with a group of five just after midday. I would definitely recommend arriving earlier rather than later because within 30 minutes of our arrival the place packed out. We had a little trouble with the table- firstly they but us right on the kitchen which was too noisy for my hard-hearing nan. After a little negotiation and a few translators we got this sorted! Lots of delicious foods and really friendly and helpful trolled attendants. We never had a drink waiter come to our table so we just had water which made for a nicer bill at the end. Wee thought very god value at $25 per head (this included duck).
This has got to be one of my favourite Yum Cha restaurants in Sydney. I've been going for years now with the family and have never had a bad meal. The owners have changed earlier this year, but the food is still fresh, comes around often and the waiters/waitresses pushing carts are always smiling and friendly. The pork buns here are great! You can validate parking as well, for 50% off. We went with 7 people and it cost about $25pp
Came here for yum cha with workmates and the food is definitely aimed at more western palettes and the waiters are keen to sell you more expensive items such as the roast meats, the prawns and the dishes such as sweet and sour pork. The prices are more expensive than most yum cha places with it costing around $35 per person. Parking is free on weekends if you want to try the food.