Recommended Near Floating Dragon

Best Known For

Crispy Local School Whiting served with Szechuan pepper, lemon and lime. Peking duck, Char Siu, crispy pork belly are a few of the favourite Cantonese dishes!

Location & Map

Western Boat Harbour, Lakes Entrance 3909 VIC - See Map

Features & Facilities

Payments Accepted: Visa, Mastercard, Amex, Eftpos

Seats: 62

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Member Reviews (13)


Brilliant Food but a tad pricey
Only hope you enjoy this restaurant as much as i do. My wife and I live in Bairnsdale and we often make the 30 minute drive down to Lakes Entrance just to eat here. This is by far the best Chinese food east of Melbourne.


An Almost Perfect Evening
Choosing to dine over the Christmas/New Years period was not the best decision made. Over crowded and loud, this restaurant is extremely popular and ruins the otherwise peaceful surrounds. Be as it may, the food was incredible. Lakes Entrance is not spoilt for choice when it comes to good food, but they hit the jackpot here. We let the Chef choose for us and had course after course of mouth watering authentic /spicy dishes. Our waitress had good food knowledge and gave good descriptions of each of the courses. Servers did seem rushed and overwhelmed at times with the entourage of hungry diners demanding tables. Avoid the wait and make a reservation if you don't want to be turned away is my suggestion. This would be a fantastic restaurant if you ever get a chance to dine here outside of the busy season.


we missed out on a table Thursday so we made sure we got in on Friday and it was FULL!!!!. Make a booking for this restaurant popular little spot with both locals and tourists -fills quickly. Fortunate to get a table by the window, Loads of customers who attempted to dine here were turned away.


A week in Lakes Entrance,many mediocre restaurants. this was our favourite. Good food and service, leaps and bounds ahead of anything else about. Try the dumplings they were great.


The previous glowing reviews say it all... this is by far some of the best Asian food you will find anywhere. The setting on the water is divine and they back this up with professional and attentive servers. Make a booking as they fill up quick.


I think this is the best regional Chinese restaurant I've ever eaten at. Forget what you know about country Chinese restaurants, this place is as good as city establishments. So surprised! Loved it.


Lovely view, beautiful authentic Chinese that in our opinion hands down best restaurant experience of our trip. Made other restaurants food seem mediocre.


Wow, we read the reviews before we booked and the Floating Dragon did not disappoint, service was excellent, the staff we're friendly and attentive and worked as an efficient team . The food was superb , this is truly the best Chinese food we have ever eaten , fresh , spicy full of amazing flavours , a far cry from the usual greasy, corn flour thickened meals eaten in the past. We opted for the $75 pp chefs pick , definitely value for money , you will not go hungry , we battled to get through all the delicious selections which included yummy home made desserts , thank you Floating Dragon for a memorable night


This restaurant hardly needs another great review.. but they do deserve it! Floor staff were exceptional. The food was by far some of the best Chinese food ive ever eaten. The restaurant floats and has a beautiful water view of the lake and surrounds. It was very busy on a wednesday night so my advise is it book ahead


food is to die for. As other reviews suggest the view has to been seen to be believed. Highly recommend the pork belly, crisp and delicious. local wines a plenty.


outstanding service from the floor staff. One of the best wine lists i have ever seen in a asian restaurant. heaps of local wines, beers, ciders and local produce. Time your visit at sunset and you will not be dissapointed.


always great food and service at Floating Dragon. Best water views in town.


Just beautiful food and great position on the water. Good service and fair value for its location. The claypot with local seafood was to die for.