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Posted by HappyinMidtown on 03/09/2011
After eating gourmet Chinese, your tastes change. This place is not 5 star, but the food did not offend my palette. It was yummy and filling for the price. It's a lunchtime spot, so I got what I was looking for. More importantly, they had what looks like a clean, frequently refilled buffet where I could pile on as much meat as I want. Good Times.
Posted by echo on 12/14/2010
to be honest, it's a convenient place to have lunch but the food is not that good.
Posted by Anonymous on 12/01/2010
I ordered take out chicken and broc with brown rice. They said it would take 30 minutes - it took an hour. The food was disappointing. How do you screw up chicken and broccoli?
Posted by richard on 05/26/2010
I've eaten at many Chinese restaurants in NYC over the years, with food quality ranging from excellent to ordinary, but hing won defines a new end of the quality range: unedible. Knife & fork could not even penetrate the dense overfried food.
Posted by Fan on 04/07/2010
Don't remember when it was opened, but I've been going there since the first day. If you haven't tried, it's a must try. You'll find their food rivals the best to offer in Chinatown, even better than most Chinese restaurants. Definitely the best Chinese restaurant in the neighborhood. Food has been consistantly good. Like many had said here, food is fast, cheap/affordable, and definitely delicious. The 2 ladies with glasses who take orders are always friendly. You'll never find friendlier services in any Chinatown restaurants.
Posted by maryellen on 09/28/2009
This is my chinese lunchtime place-don't be intimidated by the line-it moves fast...good portions, freshly made to order. I do not order soups but I am told by coworkers they are great! Chow fun w/chicken is nicely done-without too much soy sauce. Duck dishes are great as well. other places can be spotty on the food-I like this place the best!
Posted by Benny B on 06/23/2009
Don't get the food sitting in the steam tables. Go to the counter and order something off the menu. Try the soy sauce chicken over rice.