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Ft. Greene / Clinton Hill >
New Hong Cheong
Posted by lotus39 on 2011-03-17
I found the food here to pretty good. Much better than places closer to me. The veggies are always crispy and fresh and overall I am stoked I started coming here. My kids love the broccoli beef and I like the soup, pancakes, and chicken with string beans.
Posted by Anonymous on 2011-02-16
I think the food here is surprisingly good and the owners are incredibly sweet: once I was delayed and couldn't pick up my order on time. Instead of giving me a bag of cold food, they remade my order so it was fresh & hot. They didn't charge me a thing.
Posted by Former lover on 2010-06-29
Clearly and sadly under new management. This place used to be a favorite of mine. Predictably fine, nothing special. Now my hot and spicy chicken comes with only a shadow of the former wealth of different vegetables and a sauce that is uncomfortably close
Posted by michaela on 2009-08-05
and their kitchen is very clean according to my ex who inspected it as part of his job.
i love it
Posted by anonymous on 2009-06-18
It's pretty standard hole-in-the-wall nyc chinese food. It's not incredible, but what do you expect for it being so cheap? The only sauce that I've had that isn't too sugary was whatever was in the kung pao. I haven't tried their dumplings, but keep meani
Posted by sumyungguy on 2009-06-16
Thought we'd try this place because it was convenient. Ended up having some of the poorest Chinese food I've ever eaten. Everything was greasy and tasteless.
Posted by Linda on 2008-11-24
Mainly a take-out place. The food is excellent especially when you see this little hole in the wall. My family loves Chinese food and goes to Chinatown often but this place is our neighborhood go to place. Good, fast service. Ask for Mrs. Laushes the