The Grand orient was brilliant from the momment we walked in the door best service and food I have experienced in Perth .Well done to all..
Really lovely affordable food. Waiting staff were very professional.
Great value set lunch and excellent service. Food was delicious. Lovely ambience. Will definitely return. Jo
Always a pleasure dining here
We brought friends with us Saturday who agreed with us that it is a beautiful restaurant
The staff are attentive and helpful
Food is amazing and excellent value for money
I love coming here and will always recommend to my friends
Thank you for another lovely evening
The Grand Orient is one one of my favourite Chinese restaurants in Perth. The BEST Peking Duck and salt and pepper pork ribs. Menu is small - but you can always find something that you will enjoy.
Food lovely we ordered the wrong things. Go to stirfries roast meats and scallops keep away from battered seafood as the batter is very flourly.
Excellent food. Attentive service. Definitely recommend this place for all occasions.
Delightful experience for the lunch time set menu! Such great value for money for the experience and the quality of food. Can not wait to come back to try everything I didnt order!
I highly recommend the lunch special and will not hesitate to return to try their a la carte menu
Hands down best Peking duck I’ve ever had!! Would definitely recommend!
Fantastic food and service. Will be back again. Staff were very attentive and food was outstanding. Reasonably priced as well.
Lovely Chinese in a gorgeous dining room. Second time and will go back.
Highly recommend the buffet for $25. Absolutely delicious.
Amazing food, best Peking duck in Perth. Wine list was worse than poor. So disappointing. Ordered 3 different Chardonnay’s off the wine list. But none available. Waiter said they had the Leeuwin estate at $195 a bottle. ? But everything between $45 and $150 was unavailable.
We have been to Grand Orient previously and the food is just fabulous. Real Chinese. The selections and pricing are very good.
Loved the restaurant looks great and backed up by the food & service
Great night and great food again. The grand orient is Perth’s best Chinese restaurant.
Beautiful decor. Delicious food and excellent service. The only downfall was the lack of ambience and the noise level coming from the corridors surrounding the restaurant. It didn't feel as intimate as we had hoped. We would however, visit again.
Good meals and friendly service!
The portion is a bit small.
Food was fantastic The wait staff were trying very hard but there was not enough of them for a full restaurant.
Exceptional service, amazing food, outstanding atmosphere. 10/10.
Food was good as was the food service, but given for the first hour we were only table the drinks service was sub-par and inattentive due to which we decided to go elsewhere after the meal for further drinks
Wonderful food and prompt service. I would definitely recommend Grand Orient.
Peking duck was definitely a winner. I will have to go back to try out more from the menu- recommend going in a group to try multiple dishes. We had the mango pudding which was pretty average hence why I did not give 5 stars
Great food, attentive service and a stylish venue. Recommend having a drink in the front bar or heading up to the rooftop bar either before or after dinner. Will definitely be going back.
We have dined at Grand Orient a number of times. Our overall impression was that the standard of the food on this occasion was not as good as we had experienced at this restaurant previously, which was disappointing.
This hotel restaurant is horribly noisy, I can’t even talk to my family. My ears definitely hurts.
I have ordered $58 per head set dinner, we have total 5 people. The food portions were so small, can’t even feel full. I am sure there’s more restaurants options if I have to pay at that price.
Unfortunately the experience didn't match the food. We have no problems paying a premium price for good food but as a group of 4 we felt extremely rushed and basically pushed out of the restaurant. At 8.50PM we were told that the kitchen was closing at 9PM and that if we wanted more food we need to order. At that point of the evening we were actually looking at ordering another bottle of red before we moved to dessert & coffee's. We were catching up with our best friends who we don't see very often due to work commitments and my overseas travel. To be honest I was in shock that on a Saturday night the kitchen would close so early. I know we live in Perth but this is crazy. I hadn't eaten at the restaurant before but did make the recommendation as it was on my bucket list. In the end the experience went from being special to being memorable for all the wrong reasons. I travel about 90 days a year across Europe, Australia and Asia and it was just disappointing. Just for the record we left the Grant Orient and spent a further $320 on drinks & dessert. Something which we could have spend at the Grant Orient. To the Management Team please keep in mind in mind that the experience needs to match the food being plated.
Thanks - a great night. Great food. Peking Duck and the Prosperity Salad were deluxe. Second time i have been there - consistently good.
Perfect Dinning experience, with my Partner on our anniversary Date 💕
The service was really bad, they didn’t tell us when the kitchen was closing. Asked for cut chillie & waitor forgot, the other waitor was better and remembered & brought to the table. When we first arrived, no one took our drink order. Asked for drinks after waiting for half an hour etc I won’t be returning, as I felt like I spent the whole night flagging a waitor & asking for basic service. The CNY menu wasn’t forthcoming, had to request it from the waitor...
Only the part of food: soups that we ordered taste were good,but level of them did not fill to even half size,that means our soups just reached 1/4 level,it I was very tightening measurements.
We hope that will improve or change in the future
Perfection as usual. The Peking Duck is an absolute must but everything I’ve tried is delicious.
Food was good, we got the banquet for 4, why would you service 6 piece of a dish for 4. Overall quite simply not enough food ordinary value for money.
We were served promptly and professionally with an exquisite range of fare
Service and food were great. Very enjoyable evening.
On 8 January, my wife and I again had lunch in the Grand Orient. It is probably the sixth time.
The setting, of course, and the service were as hoped for ~ and almost the same for the food.
Because the "Crispy Golden Prawns" were definitely not crispy, they were totally oily/soggy, and well beyond eating. And we didn't: and at $32...
It seems they were coated in egg yolk and then fried. If so, this simply cannot bring about 'crispy'. The traditional recipe for prawns and egg-yolk is for them first to be fried and then rolled-coated in steamed yolk. (And if so rolled, the prawns should not be soggy with oil.)
Anyway, I didn’t want such a dish: I just wanted ‘Crispy’.
So, anyone who is about to order this dish might first be advised that it may not be as the name suggests.
We still look forward to coming to the restaurant in the near future.
Pecking duck is great, it's as authentic as it gets. Rest of the dishes don't really stand out and for the price I'd expect either the dishes to be in another level or portion to be bigger.
The worst overrated and overpriced food I have eaten in a long time. the local pub is able to serve more authentic Chinese food than the grand orient.
All the sauces taste like they came Straight out of a bottle and frozen per battered squid the list goes on we did not even finish our meal.
We had a table of 4 two mains came out and sat on the table for five minutes until the rest came out poor service when the restaurant was not busy
Best Peking Duck in Perth!
It’s a must try!
Great attentive service with great Chinese food.