2009 Michelin Guide Recommended

Located in the bustling heart of Chinatown, Oriental Garden’s mid-block location is easily spotted by the large gold lettering on its stone facade. Inside, the slender windows make the dining room feel decidedly tucked away, amid pale walls simply lined with framed Chinese characters and gold dragons. Towards the front, tanks brimming with fish illustrate the expansive menu’s orientation toward seafood in dishes like braised abalone with oyster sauce, drunken live prawns, and sauteed cuttlefish with black bean and green pepper. There is also a hearty selection of dim sum, stir-fried meats as well as a variety of vibrant vegetable and tofu dishes.

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