Ocean Pacific Restaurant
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Member Reviews (4)
- Ocean Pacific RestaurantFirst to ReviewOct 16, 2013
I heard a lot of great things about Ocean Seafood Restaurant before venturing into Chinatown, and I can definitely say that it lived up to the true dim sum experience. The banquet sized hall (located upstairs) is massive, and decorated in red and gold with chandeliers hanging from the ceiling. Carts mill up and down the aisles and immediately bombard you with plates when you sit down. Think fast, because if you don't give a definite answer quickly they'll move right on past you!
We tried the chicken steamed dumplings, steamed pork buns, shrimp dumplings, chinese broccoli in garlic sauce, and the fried chicken chow mein. Everything was delicious, flavorful, and really reminded me of my dim sum days in Hong Kong.
- Ocean Pacific RestaurantMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 3Jun 24, 2013
I've been going to Ocean Pacific ever since I can remember. I have many fond memories of making the epic drive from the Valley with my mom, dad and sister on Sunday mornings for our favorite dim sum brunch. The trays would wheel by, tempting us with pork buns, chinese broccoli, rice porridge, shrimp shu mai, and so much more than our stomachs could handle. And then, after the most satisfying and filling meal ever, we'd walk it off at the huge market next door where I'd spend hours browsing all the nick nacks, exotic dried mushrooms and spices, and toys. Today, not much has changed. As long as Ocean Seafood is around, so will this Sunday morning tradition.Recommended for:Foodies