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Posted by billy on 07/29/2011
the place gave us literally spoiled egg rolls then made a huge todo when i refused to pay for them, they also dont serve water and ask you over and over if you want soda and beer, even though it was almost 100 degrees out and were eating gross salty/msg chinese. my first impression there was sitting down to a fork with a grain of rice wedged in it (not very sanitary), maybe there is new owners or something, it was very disappointing.
Posted by Michael Loh on 11/05/2009
We ate here in Aug 2007 when we visited NYC. After many days of eating in the city, what we really needed was 'comfort' food and the chef was ready to prepare for us something not found on the menu. He did a stir-fry of fresh greens over a plate of steamed rice - just what I wanted, no meat! For my wife, he did a stir-fry of fish fillet with fresh greens. Again a very good home-cooked dish. We left the place very happy.
Posted by Thomas on 07/20/2008
The first time I visited this restaurant was in 1990. The reason made me enter this small restaurant was that I found many local residents had supper inside. So it would not be that kind of restaurant fooling tourist. I was surprised by their cuisine that was as good as any best one I have had in Hong Kong, Taiwan and US. Since then, every time I visited NYC, I stopped by this small restaurant and enjoyed their authentic Chinese food, friendly service and extra value. I was seldom disappointed by Hoy Wong. Do not miss their steamed eel that is the best you can find ON EARTH.
Posted by Virginia Dolphin Girl on 06/13/2008
I visit Chinatown everytime I come to New York just to go to Hoy Wong! They have excellent service, incredible food and the value is amazing! Their wonton noodle soup with roast pork is my favorite and you get a huge bowl for a very small price. What really amazes me is that the staff seems to remember me each time I come, even if it's been years since my last visit! It's a little hole in the wall on Mott St. down a few steps. It's across the street from Chase Bank with a gift shop to the leftt and a bakery to the right. Blink and you'll miss it because it's that small, but you will not regret checking it out! I can't wait until I can get back there again! This restaurant is a "must-visit" for anyone that loves good authentic Cantonese food!
Posted by sa on 07/31/2007
One of the best cantonese food served in NYC. Friendly service, neighborhood like...Their roast duck, pork, ribs, etc are must-tries. Steamed fish is super fresh and tender. Stir-fried dishes are also delicious. Dishes that cook with their "home-made" XO sauce are excellent. Finally, don't finish your order without a veggie dish..Forget the broccoli, green peppers, and other supermarket usuals and try some authentic chinese veggies instead(ask the waiters).
Posted by LM on 08/08/2006
Close to Canal Street, this terrific place offers authentic cantonese food. Their soup of day, cooking at least 3 hours, is free. Try hot pot with rice and casseroles. The roast meat, displyed behind the show-window, fresh and marinated with supurb flavor, is ready for you to take out.