Serving dinnerThe Oceania Inn Story

from the Rochester Community Lifestyles paper

….Oceania Inn Celebrates 45 Years in Business by Community Lifestyles, May 16, 2016

The secret to the success of a Chinese restaurant is keeping the menu selection traditional and authentic. Paul and Amy Leung take pride in the fact that the food served in their restaurant, Oceania Inn, remains true to the way it is prepared and served in China and Hong Kong. “We constantly improve the traditional dishes we have and always add new choices that are popular in East Asia,” said Leung. “An example is sweet walnut chicken. We will also be introducing more Chinese vegetable dishes such as sauteed Chinese broccoli and sauteed Chinese baby bok choy with oyster sauce.”

He added that besides keeping the food traditional, making it healthy and tasty are also reasons patrons keep coming back to Oceania Inn. Leung shared that he has loyal customers who have followed Oceania Inn from their original location on Main Street in downtown Rochester to the location in Meadowbrook Village Mall to its current location [3176 Walton Blvd., in Rochester Hills], where they’ve been since 1998. “We have a good mix of regular customers and new ones,” he enthused. The restaurant is also known for being sparkling clean and [for] their friendly and fast service.

Leung also said they are grateful for their patrons. “We will be giving a huge discount on dinners this month [the anniversary month of May 2016] as a way to say thank you to all our patrons who have been supporting us all these years. Patrons who come in will have 45 percent off their total dinner (with Community Lifestyles coupon, otherwise 25 percent off). We are very grateful to the community. Also, we will continue to provide delicious, healthy Chinese cuisine to our patrons.”

Gluten-free menu items are available upon request and no MSG is added. All dishes are cooked with vegetable oil and 0 trans fat. Celebrate 45 years of success at Oceania and visit the restaurant soon for authentic food from the Orient.