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About Lychee Oriental
laura milligan - 26/06/2015
This was first time I tried Lychee, the place is stunning amazing service and food was to die for!
I had duck spring rolls ....mmmmmmm
Stir fried beef and onion in pepper sauce with noodles...I just about licked the plate!
My partner went for satay to start with and mixed seafood with noddles for his main he also loved it!!
The food portions are great and would highly recommend you try for yourself
angela logan - 21/06/2015
As always another fantastic meal. All the staff are so friendly, help full and deliver first class service. Very wheelchair friendly...we are fast becoming regulars :-) I always try different food but my partner Paul tends to have the same thing!! Peking BBQ spare ribs then satay chicken...he loves it. I would highly recommend the salmon....its beautiful...once again we'll be back soon.
Stylish city centre Chinese restaurant
Located on Mitchell Street in Glasgow’s city centre, Lychee Oriental is a stylish restaurant specialising in traditional Cantonese cuisine. The restaurant aims to provide guests with an Oriental fine dining experience within relaxed surroundings whether they are visiting for a business lunch, a laid-back afternoon meal or a celebration dinner.
Fine dining & a comfortable atmosphere
The restaurant’s experienced chefs offer speciality dishes such as the mouthwatering crispy shredded honey chilli chicken; the classic Thai red curry (with your choice of chicken, beef or king prawns); and the flavoursome roast duck with lychees & plum sauce.
Some other items on Lychee Oriental’s varied menu include the traditional kung po chicken; customer favourite, barbecue sauce spare ribs; and popular noodle dish, stir fried udon with mixed seafood in a black bean sauce. As the restaurant is child-friendly, smaller portion sizes are available for younger diners.
Close to Central & Queen Street train stations
Lychee Oriental is wheelchair accessible, and could be considered one of Glasgow’s best kept secrets as it is tucked away on Mitchell Street in the city centre. A short walk from Central train station and St. Enoch Subway station, the restaurant is a brisk 5 minute walk from Queen Street station and Buchanan Street Subway station. There are bus stops nearby, and paid parking in the NCP car park adjacent to the restaurant.