11.30am - 2.30pm
4.30pm - 9.30pm
For delicious authentic Chinese cuisine in Ipswich, Marco Polo Restaurant is sure to leave a lasting impression. Established in 1978, Marco Polo Restaurant is a family owned business proudly operated by Mrs Leong.
Whether you dine in our A La Carte restaurant or take advantage of our convenient take-away service, our produce is carefully selected and freshly cooked to ensure our dishes are of the highest quality.
Mrs Leong takes pride in the presentation and flavour of the dishes here and the outstanding food and quality service is a testament to the restaurant’s long history.
Our comprehensive menu includes Seafood, Duck, Pork, Chicken, Steak and Vegetarian dishes. All the traditional styles of Chinese cooking are on the menu, including Sweet & Sour, Blackbean, Curry, Satay and Chilli. We also have mouth-watering entrees and decadent desserts.
Marco Polo Restaurant is fully licensed and offers an excellent selection of wines, spirits and liquors.
Decorated with elegant Chinese décor, our dining rooms are sumptuous yet traditional and invoke an opulent sense of the Orient.
Marco Polo Restaurant can cater for the largest of functions with seating available for up to 160 people. Of course, smaller functions can be arranged too. Our restaurant has two main dining areas and smaller groups can dine in privacy in our function room separate from the main dining area.
Banquets are available for groups and special dishes for parties can be arranged upon request. Why not host your next birthday or Christmas party, corporate lunch or anniversary dinner at Marco Polo Restaurant and let us serve you up a feast you’re sure to remember!
Conveniently located in Silkstone, easy access on-site parking is available and we’re open for lunch and dinner 6 days a week.
Marco Polo Chinese Restaurant
132, Blackstone Rd, Silkstone, Queensland, 4304, Australia
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