The first time I attempted to eat at Golden Harbor I ended up leaving without having eaten. There was a huge line, the restaurant was packed, and the menu — in Chinese, no less — took up the entire wall. Overwhelming was an understatement. (It was right after it opened, so it was super busy.) When I mustered up the courage (and group of friends) to return, it was thankfully a bit less busy and I realized that my anxiety about ordering was unnecessary, because the process is straightforward, once you know what you’re doing. And the menu is available in a book form.
Intimidated by the wall-sized menu at Golden Harbor? Fear not! Jess shares some tips for ordering, and a few of her favorite items.