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Good World Chinese Restaurant

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Good World Chinese Restaurant
18 South Great Georges Street, Dublin 2 Dublin City
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Tel: +353 1 677 5373

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Popular with the local Chinese community, diners can expect excellent dim sum and authentic dishes not often found on European menus
  • Location - Town Centre
  • Chinese

Good World Chinese Restaurant

One of a cluster of interesting ethnic restaurants around Wicklow Street and South Great George's Street, this was one of the first and is popular with the local Chinese community, who appreciate the high standard of their Dim Sum - a selection of which can be had after 6pm at about €5 per item.


A more interesting and authentic Chinese menu is available as well as the standard one, offering unusual dishes such as 'Fish Slices Congee' - a sort of rice porridge not often seen even in London - other variations are beef, chicken, salted eggs and pickle.


Another satisfying concoction consists of assorted meats (chicken, pork etc and also seafood including squid, prawns and scallops) with tofu, mushrooms and Chinese leaf - delicious and very fairly priced.


The range of dishes offered is very wide and includes a lot of seafood including prawns, scallops, squid, lobster, crab and black sole.


This Dublin restaurants prides itself on an especially full range of Chinese dishes, suitable for both Chinese and European customers, and service is both friendly and efficient.

Seats 95. Open 12.30pm-midnight daily. Closed 25-26 Dec. Amex, Diners, MasterCard, Visa, Laser. abbreviations
Last Updated: 06-07-2013
Author: Georgina Campbell

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Corner of South Gt George's St & Wicklow Street.

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