Golden Pavilion (Jupiter)

Posted on April 26th, 2017 · Chinese Jupiter

***** Golden Pavilion, 201 North US Highway 1, Jupiter, Florida 33477, (561) 747-7470.

Got a real good Chinese joint for you guys- Golden Pavilion in Jupiter.

Jeff Eats and Mrs. Jeff Eats recently did an early dinner there- and I gotta tell you, Golden Pavilion’s food was right on the money!

In addition to a menu loaded with real good Brooklyn Jewish American Chinese Food circa 1957- Golden Pavilion has a dim sum menu (served every day) for you guys who like to play that game!

Just between us guys, Boca Raton resident Jeff Eats can only think of two eat-in Chinese joints by my house-(5 miles) whose food comes even close to being as good as Chinese Pavilion’s is! By the way, 42 miles one way- is way outside of Golden Pavilion’s delivery radius!

You can check menu/prices/info at

Golden Pavilion is open 7 days a week 11am-10pm.

10 Comments to “Golden Pavilion (Jupiter)”

  1. mindy says...

    Can you tell me the names of the two other Chinese joints that you say are “close to being as good” that are closer since Jupiter is a trek for me too.

    • JeffEats says...


      Just had a chance to read your comment.

      Here you go.

      Thanks for reading.
      Posted on March 17th, 2009 · Chinese Delray Beach

      ***** China Gardens, 14400 Military Trail, Delray Beach, Florida 33484 (561) 498-5226.

      A number of you guys e-mailed about a “mom & pop Chinese” joint…China Gardens, telling me about how good the food was, blah, blah blah. Anyway… last night I gave this joint a shot and “right-you-were”…the food is absolutely delicious.

      China Gardens is as you would expect, a “hole in the wall” located in a non-descript small South Florida shoping center. Guaranteed (unless you are a recent arrival from Mars) you know exactly what the decor is…what the menu is…and what the price-points and “specials” are.

      Now let’s talk food…like I said before, DELICIOUS. Now for the official-results of my “taste test”….wonton soup (A), egg drop soup (A), hot & sour soup (A), egg roll (B+), pan fried dumplings (B+), sweet & sour pork (A+), chicken egg foo young (A), sizzling steak (A), shrimp with vegetables (A), shrimp with lobster sauce (A), roast pork fried rice (B+)…

      Now I may-be going out on a limb here, but…my money says that China Gardens is probably better than your favorite neighborhood-Chinese joint. Let me go one step further, China Gardens could “make it” in New York City’s Chinatown.

      Based on my first outing, I will definitely be back for a second round.

      China Gardens is open Monday-Saturday 11am-10pm and Sunday 2pm-10pm.

      Hunan Gardens (Delray Beach)
      Posted on December 14th, 2007 · Chinese Delray Beach

      ***** Hunan Gardens
      4900 Linton Boulevard
      Delray Beach, Florida 33445
      (561) 498-1898

      Let me start by saying…HUNAN GARDENS IS A GOOD NEIGHBORHOOD CHINESE RESTAURANT…The operative word in the last sentence is, NEIGHBORHOOD, capice?

      Over the years I must have eaten in this joint at least 20 times. I can’t remember a time, when Hunan Gardens failed to pass my 1957 Brooklyn Jewish Chinese Taste Test of – wonton soup-egg rolls-spare ribs-pan fried dumplings-roast pork fried rice-sweet and sour chicken-pistachio ice cream!

      Gourmet stuff? I don’t think soooo! This is a good NEIGHBORHOOD Chinese joint to know about. For those who live in the Delray Beach area, Hunan Gardens is located in the “middle” of a strip shopping center located at the southeast corner of the Linton Boulevard/Military Trail intersection.

      Hunan Gardens is open 7 days a week for lunch and dinner. By the way, this joint is owned/run by super-nice people.

      • Ellen G says...

        Have to agree with you, these 2 are really good eat in Chinese Restaurants. Ive eaten in both for years and Ive never had a bad meal at either one.

      • Ralph Rosen says...

        Great pick on Golden Pavilion.
        I use to live about 5 minutes from the restaurant and ate there quite a number of times. I also took out food a number of times. You are right, the food is absolutely delicious.

      • SELZTER says...

        The two you mentioned are excellent old fashioned mom & pop Chinese restaurants. I and my wife have been eating at both restaurants for years.

      • mindy says...

        Thanks for the info Jeff!

    • Anthony Franza says...

      This is another great pick that Jeff had. Maybe this works for you.

      ***** Uncle Joe’s Chinese Restaurant, 4367 Northlake Boulevard, Palm Beach Gardens, Florida 33410 (561) 799-9883.

      If you live in the Palm Beach Gardens’ area, I got a real good Chinese joint for you…Uncle Joe’s Chinese Restaurant. No frills decor…No frills prices. Very good Chinese food…The joint passed my… wonton soup/egg roll/spare ribs/pan fried dumplings/roast pork fried rice/sweet and sour chicken/moo shu pork/shrimp in black bean sauce/pineapple chunks test with flying colors.

      You can check menu/prices at

      By the way, I drove a total of 69.4 miles (from my home to Uncle Joe’s) round-trip to eat at this joint. Call me a wild and crazy guy, but the food was worth the ride.

      Uncle Joe’s is open 7 days a week for lunch and dinner.

      • Carla H says...

        Uncle Joe’s has excellent food.

        • mindy says...

          Thanks, will have to check these out!

  2. gary says...

    I think that a Uncle Tai’s in Boca Raton has delicious food.

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