Fri 6 May 2005
Golden Bridge Chinese Restaurant
50 Bowery Suite 2F
New York,, NY 10013
Phone: (212) 227-8831
The VIP Chinese Restaurant : If you’ve never been to Hong Kong or just want to experience a full service Chinese restaurant banquet hall dining experience, Golden Bridge is a good choice in Chinatown New York. Golden Bridge has one of the largest Chinese restaurant banquet halls of New York and on weekends endless amounts of dim sum are carted throughout its cavernous dining space.
I especially like this Chinese restaurant a lot because it evokes that John Woo / Hong Kong “Gangster Mafia” feeling. There’s always a black Lincoln Towncar or a Mercedes S600 parked outside with the motor running. Once you enter Golden Bridge Chinese restaurant and ascend the escalator to the main entrance you come into full view of a solid teak wood desk topped with a huge golden Buddha statue. Behind the desk are a few “important” restaurant staff and “the boss” rocks back on a high back tufted leather office chair. On the desk, is a phone that is always ringing away, a printing calculator with a roll of receipts, and sometimes a few stacks of cash on the desk. (I blurred out the face of the boss )
To your right you’ll see a glass display case of a gigantic prized dried shark fin (very expensive dish in Chinese cuisine) and of course your various bottles of Remy Martin XO and VSOP for the VIP crowd.
We ordered some very tasty Chinese dishes including a dish of Curry Scallops Over Broccoli:
Chinese Style Steamed Fish :
Golden Citrus Glazed Pork Chops :
The food here is very good and the staff and service is also excellent. I would recommend Golden Bridge chinese restaurant in New York – especially if you have a very large group of VIP. Tell them Simon sent you. haha.
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