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Fortune House

Chinese Cuisine
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  • Chinese
  • 82 Henry St, Brooklyn NY11201 40.6984459 -73.99274
  • (Btwn Pineapple & Orange St)
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  • (718) 855-7055
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User Ratings (Based on 27 reviews)

Food 3.8 Value 3.7
Service 3.4 Atmosphere 2.8

Other Restaurant Info

(718) 855-7055
(718) 855-7056
Visa, MC
Mon-Thu: 11:30am-10pm Fri-Sat: 11:30am-11pm Sun: 12:30pm-10pm
Lunch, Dinner
Group Dining, Delivery, Wheelchair Friendly, Accepts Credit Cards, Lunch Special, Take Out
Min Delivery:

User Reviews

  • Fortune House

    Posted by Tom on 11/30/2010

    Decent Food

    You get what you get for 6 bucks. The food is 'ok' for what you pay. You get ALOT of rice not enough meat, but then again... 5.55... Also, the service is very bad. I asked for sauce, finished my meal; payed came back a week later; asked for sauce again finished payed and still they never brought the sauce...

  • Fortune House

    Posted by anonymous on 10/09/2010

    Good food but they cut a lot of corners here!

    The food is good here. I haven't been disappointed in the taste. The lunch special pretty good with tax it's $6 but the problem here is how much they put in their food. The shrimp with lobster sauce is mostly fried rice & 5 pieces of shrimp with lots of sauce. The rice is good but they're so skimpy with the meat! Their pork chops with salt and pepper is pretty good too but it's mostly bone which is disappointing. This place would be so much better if they stopped putting so much rice in their entrees and actually just put the food that they're advertising.

  • Fortune House

    Posted by Montague on 03/19/2010

    excellent value

    A consistently good meal, with super-fast delivery in the Heights. Well-prepared with a deeply varied menu, it's a lot of food for the money. The lunch specials are an especially good deal. Also love the old school sign and decor.

  • Fortune House

    Posted by rox on 01/19/2010

    For ppl who don't know any better

    I live 2 blocks away from this restaurant and due to laziness, I keep making the same mistake of eating here. Thick skinned wantons, hand made but frozen dumplings, the kind of flavorless sauce in their stir frys that forces you to dump hot sauce on to taste it. The lunch special is deceptively priced cheap: $5.55 but the entree portions are small piled with ALOT of rice which makes you feel like you wasted money. I gave them the benefit of the doubt and ordered a dinner entree that is more authentic chinese "seafood tofu casserole". Skimpy portions of seafood and tofu. There is no effort by mgmt to increase the quality of the food at Fortune House, just efforts to cut costs by cutting alot of corners.

  • Fortune House

    Posted by RS75 Henry on 12/14/2009

    The Best in Brooklyn Heights

    Fortune House is the Best! Newly decorated, the food is excellent, the drinks are varied and inexpensive, and the service is efficient. In fact, unlilke others, they don't rush you. Sit for as long as you want. Not sure what's best or what to order? The owner is shy, if you engage her, she will be honest and help you. There are so many great choices on this menu. The dumplings are the best, the pancake is too(but not on Sunday), try the whole fish, anything in the XO sauce, sliced pork, etc. They are best with "non-American" Chinese food-be brave and try something different! Great place to go after the movie at the Brooklyn Heights Cinema. If you haven't tried it-go!

  • Fortune House

    Posted by katieface on 09/13/2009


    this place is relatively cheap and yummy. Pass on the soup though.

  • Fortune House

    Posted by Citizen Scribbler on 09/01/2009

    Best Chinese Restaurant In Brooklyn Heights!

    Well, yes. The staff do appear a little distant, but that's because many of them are new arrivals to America. I've been going to Fortune House for years and I don't think I've ever seen the same waiters or waitresses. It's more of a stopping off point for a lot of these people while they make a little money and improve their English. The important thing is that the staff is courteous, swift and attentive. If they aren't likely to engage you in chit-chat about the weather or your children- tough! Personally, I prefer to keep my banter with servers to a minimum. The food is terrific. You can't go wrong with almost anything on the menu. I would especially recommend the Peking Duck. They serve it in a Moo-Shu style and they fix it up for you right at your table. Great to impress your date with! I've always found the portions to be great and the menu has a nice variety. No, really. The portions are unquestionably decent. Some people are just fat and no sized portion, save a double-sized one, is going to satisfy them. Also, this is one of the few places where the fried wontons they serve you while you await your meal are always crisp and fresh! Not only that, but so are the fortune cookies! Imagine that! Fresh, edible fortune cookies! As others have pointed out, the decor of this place is hideously dated and unimaginative. Still, that dated feel does add some measure of charm in its own way. But the best part of the meal has to be getting the bill at the end. That's a tab I never mind picking up if I'm out with a friend. Two people can get totally stuffed and still have leftovers for a little less than thirty dollars- and that includes the tip! I've been to Chinese restaurants all over town from fancy expensive places, to take-out dives, to authentic establishments in Chinatown. Of all these, I'd have to say that Fortune House is the greatest all-around place for the high quality of the food, the portions and the price.

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