Party & Beyond serves Asian cuisine at reasonable prices | Way of life

The PARTY & Beyond restaurant on Middle Road in Gualo Rai opposite Chong’s Corporation will open on Saturday, September 18 at 11 a.m.

Owned by Wilson Corporation, Party & Beyond offers a variety of Asian lunch specialties at reasonable prices.

On Saturday, the restaurant will prepare a special buffet lunch – which includes free milk tea and a free top-up – for just $ 15 per person.

In the near future, Party & Beyond will also be open during happy hours from 5 p.m. and serve a delicious dinner until 10 p.m.

Wilson Corporation President Wu Jinhua said that after more than a year of stressful living due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the local community deserved more than the usual lunch buffet.

She said Party & Beyond is a family owned restaurant that aims to provide more quality food options to members of the local community.

The restaurant is also equipped with a state-of-the-art karaoke system and is a great place to relax.

“We invite people to enjoy our quality food from China, Thailand, Japan and the Philippines,” Wu said, adding that they also accept reservations for family reunions, private gatherings and the like. special occasions.

Party & Beyond’s Asian lunch specials include roast chicken, fried chicken wings, Shanghai lumpiang or spring rolls, crispy pata or fried pork feet or shanks, Thai fried rice, Pad Thai , General Tsao’s chicken, mixed vegetables, special congee, bulalo or beef shank soup with bone, beef with broccoli, spicy fried chicken with grapefruit sauce, spaghetti with seafood, ground pork spicy fried, braised chicken in brown sauce, sweet and sour soup, miso soup, fried rice with Thai pineapple, red beef curry, fried tilapia, sautéed kangkong, sautéed flat noodles, sweet and sour pork, salt and pepper shrimp , and many others.

For more information or to reserve, call 488-1199 or 285-1809.

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