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Sun Luck Kitchen
Posted by Lee on 02/28/2015
I eat here at least twice/week and it never lets me down. Sometimes I worry that if it wasn't for this place I would likely starve to death.
Posted by jen480 on 01/27/2013
Unlike other hole-in-the-wall Chinese places, this one stands out for its friendly service. The prices are incredibly cheap for food that is equally good and plentiful. You get a lot for your money.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/24/2012
I have been eating here since I was a teen so that says it all. I never order from any other chinese place this is my go to place . I am always satisfied . ;)
Posted by Niara on 03/30/2009
My boyfriend and I have ordered from this place twice and have been extremely pleased. Their combination special is an amazing deal - $6-$7 dollars gets you a dish, pork fried rice, an egg roll, and a soda. The portions are huge and can last for 3 meals. We've only gotten delivery which was very quick and efficient! I recommend the pineapple chicken.
Posted by Allison on 01/19/2009
This is where we generally go for takeout. It's cheaper than most options in the neighborhood, and food is good if a little greasy. I particularly like the Hot & Sour soup and the chicken curry. The dumplings are weak, though.
Posted by Anonymous on 11/02/2008
The food was OK, but too greasy even for a hole-in-the-wall like this. The prices have gone up by a dollar or so (~$9.50 for a large beef dish) and the food is simply subpar. I enjoy my greasy chinese food as much as the next guy, but this was a disappointment. Either the food has to get better or the price needs to be lower. There're better places up and down the street.
Posted by Bill Murray on 07/27/2008
I find it odd that a lot of customer/reviewers of Chinese restaurants in Park Slope consider Hunan Delight to be one of the best. I think what's getting confused there is the fact that HD's an attractive place to sit and eat etc. And the food isn't awful, but there's better for sure. I do think you need to live in Manhattan for a while and eat the Chinese food there before you can make any kind of educated critique of Chinese elsewhere. This place, Sun Luck, while not aesthetically pleasing by any means, has perhaps some of the best tasting Chinese food in Park Slope. Their meats with mixed veg is best, nice balance, not bland, not over salted. Good value too.