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Making your food fantasies a reality

Published:Thursday | October 23, 2014 | 12:00 AM
Owner and manager Anthony Choi shows off two Restaurant Week dishes - left, is the pork chops fillet dipped in breadcrumbs, and at right is the curried lobster in walled in noodles, carrot and cucumber garnished with fresh cucumber and cherries. Jermaine Barnaby/Photographer

Imagine the awesome taste of Chinese, Indian and Jamaican flavours on a curried lobster walled in spicy curry sauce, pimento, mixed with carrot and cucumber covered in egg noodles. Make this fantasy dish a reality with Dragon Court as your choice for the Gleaner-sponsored Restaurant Week.

A committed enthusiast of Restaurant Week for about 10 years, Dragon Court has proven to their customers that they can fully satisfy your palate.

Inspired by Jamaicans' love for spices, manager Anthony Choi has prepared two sample dishes to stimulate your taste buds before the grand week. Upon Food's arrival to the luxurious restaurant, the delicious smell of Indian curry and other Chinese seasonings seduced the taste buds from a distance. "The seasoning is just right, it is not too much to overshadow the taste of the fresh lobster - it gives a lecho taste that customers always enjoy," Choi explained.

Pork lovers are not left out and, their pork chops fillet dipped in bread crumbs give a crispy taste on the outside with tenderness on the inside - covered in onions and cherries.

Choi is using this opportunity to celebrate their customer appreciation week. "Restaurant Week is a great opportunity to give back to my customers and attract new ones," said Choi. On top of that, when you make Dragon Court your choice for Chinese food, it will land you an opportunity to win a $500 gift voucher ticket with a $3,000 purchase of meals.

There seems to be no doubt that Dragon Court will 'Do us a Flavour' with their attractive Chinese Jamaican delicacies which they continue to wow their customers with.

- Cathy Risden