Review on Ocean Treasure

Head out of Manchester towards Oldham to find this Chinese restaurant, Ocean Treasure, above an oriental supermarket: you can't miss its colourful pagoda-like exterior. Inside, it puts on a plush face with dark woodwork, pale sea-blue colour schemes and mirrors; there are also fish tanks where crabs and lobsters while away the time until they are despatched in the kitchen.

Daytime dim sum are well up-to-the-mark: on the list you might find har gau (steamed prawn dumplings), beef balls with greens, shark's fin dumplings in 'high stock', and pungent chiu chow fan gar filled with minced meat, dried shrimps and preserved vegetables.

In addition to crustacea from the tanks, the kitchen also delivers a range of seafood dishes like deep-fried crab claws 'wrapped with king prawns', sweet-and-sour yellow croaker, steamed razor clams with soy and ginger, and mega-expensive braised sun-dried abalone. Alternatively, opt for something more conventional like aromatic crispy duck, Szechuan king prawns with chilli or stir-fried pork in black bean sauce.

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Chinese / Seafood / Dim Sum

Restaurant Opening Times

Lunch: 12.00 (Sun 11.00am) through until
Dinner: 11.00pm (12.00am Fri-Sat)

Accepted credit cards

Visa, Master Card, American Express

Online Booking Availability for Ocean Treasure

Facilities at Ocean Treasure

  • Disabled access
  • Partial disabled access
  • Private dining room
  • Private parties
  • Vegetarian menu
  • 300 covers


WiFi is available


Ocean Treasure
First Floor
Greenside Way
Greater Manchester
M24 1SW

Customer Ratings on Ocean Treasure

3.45  / 5

Based on 4 reviews

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Customer reviews

  • avatar
    Margret Smith
    July 2016

    2 people found this review helpful

    Best Chinese meal in years!

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    April 2015

    6 people found this review helpful
    Good Chinese Restaurant

    Come here regularly usually for the business mans lunch but have also had banquets and Christmas meals and food is always to a good standard and service good sometimes is really busy and so obviously takes a little longer to be served but this is only to be expected. The lunchtime menu is particularly good value costing only slightly more than the local Chinese Chippy.

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  • avatar
    July 2014

    13 people found this review helpful
    little jem

    Off the beaten track you will find this little jem

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    Bian And Jen
    January 2014

    19 people found this review helpful

    Visited on 10th Jan 14, having been many times previous, be it at least 7 years ago, quiet a few times. I and my partner. We're looking forward to it immensely, how very wrong and disappointed we both are, my partner received her starter at least 20 mins before mine, the quality of the starters poor, greasy batter on the salt n pepper dishes, The main meal took 40 mins to arrive after the late starter was finished, and the quality poor! The black bean fillet steak tough!(fillet steak???????) My partners scallops extremely small pieces, and I mean pieces! £100 wasted , never again. Disappointed !!

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