At the Hong Garden Aquarium Chinese Restaurant, you can enjoy fresh,
delicious, and healthy Chinese food at affordable prices. You will find
our dining location in The Chestnut Village Shoppes (36 Chestnut Road) in
Paoli, PA (Chester County) to be comfortable, and offering eye-pleasing
furnishings and decorations. We hope you will make the Hong Garden
Aquarium Restaurant your favorite destination for both dining in and for
Chinese take-out service.
If you are a group arriving from the Great Valley Corporate Center or nearby medical offices, may
we suggest you share an assortment of our special appetizers. At happy hour, you can enjoy the
company of friends and get acquainted with the variety of our lo mein, chow mein, chow mi fun,
and chow ho fun dishes. All our entrees will be prepared fresh for your table.
Our restaurant has been in Paoli for fifteen years, serving each customer
tasty and traditional Chinese cuisine such as fried rice, wonton soup,
spare ribs, as well as a wide selection of Hong Garden Specialty Entrees.
Among our Specialty Entrees are Spicy Orange Chicken, Shrimp, and Beef
(our Three Delight), Seven Star Autumn Moon (crispy chicken breast and
mixed stir-fry), Snow White Scallops, and Steamed Whole Fish.
Whether you are coming from the Chesterbrook area office parks or from the
nearby medical offices, Chef Joseph suggests your dining party shares an
assortment of entrees, such as fried rice, egg foo young, hot pot, and meat or
poultry or seafood stir-fry.
Also, remember to visit our Chinese restaurant in The Chestnut Village
Shoppes for a productive, satisfying business lunch. Each time you stop
here for lunch, you can try a different selection of appetizers, soup, and
Enjoy the company of friends after work, and become familiar with our
Hong Garden Specialty Entrees, such as Kung Pao Three Delight, or Spicy Orange
with Three Delight, or Sizzling Beef in Hot Pan, or other.
Coming from the Paoli Shopping Center, we invite you to enjoy our extensive Lunch
Menu, complete with Chicken Teriyaki, Roast Pork with Broccoli, Pepper Steak,
Curry Vegetable, and many other dishes,
while you relax after a busy morning of errands and shopping.
Browse Through Selections on Our Lunch Menu and Dinner Menu:
Dinner Menu |
About Chef Joseph's Cooking Philosophy
Chef Joseph's philosophy is to serve you very fresh, delicious, and
nutritious meals prepared with high-quality, flavorful ingredients. He
takes care not to overcook any entrees, and avoids using the
flavor-enhancer called MSG. Meats, poultry, seafood, and vegetables are
skillfully prepared, artfully arranged, and graciously served. All sauces
are prepared fresh daily, and only quality vegetable oil is used in
Generally, the Chinese believe that a well-balanced meal includes fresh,
natural ingredients, presented with a balance of taste and texture.
Chinese chefs often practice a Yin and Yang, which means providing a
harmonious balance of opposites in flavors and texture.
About Some of Our More Unusual Authentic Chinese Entrees:
Our Chow Mi Fun
Chow Mi Fun is a dish made from thin rice noodles and served in a
stir-fry. Variations with chicken, beef, pork, or shrimp, and/or
vegetables can be selected from our menu. It is sometimes referred to as
Chow Mai Fun.
Our Chow Ho Fun
Chow Ho Fun is a dish made from wide, soft, flat rice noodles, served in a
stir-fry. The Hong Garden Aquarium Restaurant provides Chow Ho Fun with
chicken, beef, pork, or shrimp.
Our Hot Pot
Chinese Hot Pot comes in a variety of different stews made with a
simmering, flavorful broth or stock. While the hot pot is kept heated,
various ingredients such as thinly sliced meat, seafood, mushrooms, leafy
vegetables, wontons and egg dumplings are placed into the pot and are
cooked at the table. A dipping sauce is often accompanies the hot pot.
The Hong Garden Aquarium Chinese Restaurant offers Hunan Tofu in Hot Pot
(which includes assorted vegetables and tofu in a flavorful broth, served
with our special Black Bean Sauce). We also offer our Fortune in a Hot
Pot-- a combination of fresh scallops. shrimp, squid, chicken, and lobster
meat, cooked with vegetables and tofu in the hot pot broth.