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Value for money

dined on Wed, 22 May 2019

Generally more expensive compared to other Gold Leaf restaurant. Lobster was $250 per kilo compared to $208 per kilo at other branches

dined on Sat, 27 Apr 2019

Service was a little slow and staff seemed to forget a few orders and had to be reminded a couple times. Still a great place for dim sum!

dined on Sun, 14 Apr 2019

Love it here. Such great food and always happy to bring visitors to Melbourne here.

dined on Sat, 13 Apr 2019

Food trolleys were limited, not much variety as the same trolleys kept coming around. Had to constantly waive waiters over as they would often just walk past. Food we did get was on par with other yum cha places. Also couldn't get parking validated for the carpark (can't remember if it was east or west). Average experience, won't be going back.

dined on Tue, 12 Mar 2019

We have dined here several times and it is our favourite.Great yum cha

dined on Thu, 7 Feb 2019

Great atmosphere for Chinese New Year with lion dance.

dined on Mon, 4 Feb 2019

It’s one of a nice place to have Yum Cha in the town
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About Gold Leaf Harbor Town

Turn over a gold leaf.. Gold Leaf. This Yum Cha Chinese restaurant certainly gets a gold star for their har gow. In fact, they ace it. These pretty, pleated, prawn dumplings are notorious for sticking to one another or to the steamer (it’s bloody annoying) and the delicate wrappers are often torn off, but not at Gold Leaf, these babies’ petticoats remain in-tact and as well as being beautiful to look at they are also extremely moreish...waiter - more please! Set in Melbourne’s Harbour Town (aka Docklands - it’s not so much of a ghost town anymore) you’ll have views of the spinning Southern Star wheel while you dine (yes it’s finally turning...until the next mechanic malfunction that is). Gold Leaf is a quick, cheap, high-variety option where everyone can drink tea and get back to work in a flash. Pick an order boss and go hard on a mix of dumplings, steamed broccoli and pork buns. You’re in for a speedy but pleasant dining experience. Best dish: fillet of beef in garlic sauce or an extensive range of seafood

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