House Specialties

Dia Dop Woey / $15.45
A very tasty treat of a combination of shrimp, white chicken meat, and Bar-B-Q pork, sautéed with assorted garden vegetables, bamboo shoots, water chestnuts, and mushrooms.

Chow Hoy Shin / $19.75
A delicious dish for seafood lovers. A combination of fresh lobster, shrimp, and scallops, sauteed with mushrooms, baby corn, assorted garden vegetables and a touch of ginger; served on a sizzling plate.

Lemon Chicken / $14.25
Slices of white chicken meat dipped in egg batter and crispy fried, served with lemon sauce.

Yeung Har / $15.50
Fresh jumbo shrimp stuffed with well-spiced minced pork rolled in egg batter, grill-fried to a golden brown; served with mushroom sauce.

Snow Mountain / $13.95
Shredded Bar-B-Q pork and beef sautéed with fresh bean sprouts, mushrooms, and assorted fresh vegetables; topped with crisp vermicelli noodles.

Fried Shrimp with Lobster Sauce / $15.25
Fresh shrimp cooked with minced pork, garlic, black bean sauce, drops of wine, and balanced with soft egg sauce.

Hawaiian Gai / $14.25
Lightly coated chunks of white chicken meat cooked with pineapple, orange, water chestnuts, bamboo shoots, baby corn, onion, carrots, green and red pepper.

 

East West Lobster, Shrimp, and Chicken Rolls / $19.25
This is a most delicious dish. Fresh strips of lobster meat and shrimp folded with slices of white chicken meat, marinated in an exotic sauce, dipped in egg batter and crispy fried. Garnished with crushed almonds, served with mushroom sauce.

Chow Har Kew / $15.25
Fresh shrimp sautéed with mushrooms, baby corn, bamboo shoots, and assorted fresh vegetables.

Beef Ding Ho / $14.25
Slices of tenderized beef sautéed with fresh broccoli, snow peas, water chestnuts, bamboo shoots, and a touch of wine.

East West Special Vermicelli / $16.95
A fantastic dish with a combination of diced chicken, shrimp and scallops sautéed with fresh bean sprouts and assorted diced vegetables, nested in crisp vermicelli noodles.

Honolulu Beef / $14.25
Slices of tenderized beef sautéed with cantaloupe, pineapple, garden vegetables, water chestnuts, and bamboo shoots, topped with cashew nuts in a light cinnamon sauce.

Sesame Gai Pan with Lemon Sauce / $14.25
Slices of white meat chicken sautéed with pineapple, lemon, shredded carrot, onions, green and red peppers in lemon sauce; topped with sesame.

B.C.P. Chow Choy / $13.95
A combination of slices Beef, white Chicken meat and Bar-B-Q Pork sautéed with assorted fresh Vegetables, Chinese Vegetables and a touch of Wine in the Chef’s special sauce.

 

Wor Shel Gai / $16.45
Slices of white chicken meat layered with spiced minced pork, dipped in egg batter and crispy fried; served on a bed of garden vegetables.

East West Gum Lo / $18.95
This is a marvellous dish with a combination of chicken, bar-b-q pork, shrimp, and scallops with assorted fresh vegetables, surrounded by crispy won ton.

Aloha Pork / $14.25
Lightly coated sliced pork sautéed with pineapple and garden vegetables in sweet & sour pineapple sauce.

East West Special Beef / $15.95
Lightly coated slices of Beef with shredded Onion, Carrot and Green Pepper cooked in Sweet and Pungent sauce served with fried Onion on a sizzling plate.

Maui Delight with Chicken (or Beef or Pork) / $14.95
Wonderful for fruit lovers. Chunks of chicken or beef or pork sautéed with apples, cantaloupe, pineapple, orange, carrot, onion, water chestnuts, baby corn, celery, snow peas, green onion, with a touch of wine in the chef’s special sauce, topped with sesame.

Ho Yue Guy Look / $13.95
Chunks of white chicken meat sautéed with mushrooms, green peppers, onions, and carrots in oyster sauce.

Gim Loo Won Ton / $11.75
Deep fried won tons served with tomatoes, pineapple, shredded green pepper, water chestnuts, bamboo shoots, and Bar-B-Q pork in sweet & sour sauce (spicy).

Hong Kong Tsap Gum / $15.95
A very special treat. A combination of chicken, beef, and BBQ pork with broccoli, and Chinese vegetables sautéed in the chef’s special sauce. Nestled in soft vermicelli noodles.

 

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