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Posted by AngieBee on 08/07/2013
Have been coming here for 20+ years a couple of times a month, despite the distance from places I've lived throughout that time, and frequently order the same thing (Szechuan Chicken and Shrimp, Hot & Sour Soup, Shrimp Roll, & Fried Dumplings are my favorites). Same owners the whole time. Gotta admit that it bothers me that they're extra friendly and accommodating to most patrons to the point of remembering names, kids, etc., but act like I'm a $5 first time customer almost every time I go. I still keep going, though (they've never been rude). The food is just that good.
Posted by Rich Z on 02/19/2012
I line near Chinatown but I still go here. Enough said.
Posted by Bob F. on 01/26/2012
I had read some of the reviews about the Egg Rolls and how wonderful they were. So, I made a trip to Chun Hing and was anticipating a very tasty egg roll along with some lo mein. However; the food was a disaster for anyone expecting a good meal let alone a wonderful meal. I have never had such disappointing food. If the food had been just fare or okay, I would not be writing this review, but I am compelled to alert and inform anyone who may think about visting the Chun Hing restaurant. My advice; stay away. Better you should go to a hotdog stand owned by a man recently arrived from China, that hot dog would be a real chinse meal. Enough said.
Posted by Dave on 01/15/2012
There used to be a Chun Hing in Warminster, PA in the early 1980's, and this is where I first learned to love Chinese food. When the Warminster location closed, I was berift, until I moved to Philadelphia and discovered another Chun Hing at around 15th and Spruce. I ate their regularly with my family until they were forced out by the demand for space near the new Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts, and I lost them again. Just recently, I found their Monument Ave location and it was like hitting the lottery! The fried pork dumplings are the best anywhere and you must immediately go there to try them. (Ask for hot pepper oil to go along with the regular ginger and wine vinegar dipping sauce!) Ever since the 15th and Spruce location closed, I have been looking for someone who could make those dumplings. I found some who came close (one restaurant in Voorhees, NJ and another just outside of Sea Isle City, NJ) but nobody hit it right on until I found Chun Hing again! I also love the hot and sour soup and the string beans with garlic sauce (with the protein of your choice--I like the bean curd myself). Their spicy black bean sauce is in my opinion under-appreciated; like their dumplings, no other restaurant has mastered this dish as they have. And their fillet of beef with hot pepper sauce is amazing! The atmosphere in this restaurant is not special, and unless you've done your research you would have no idea upon walking in that you have just entered the best Chinese restaurant you're likely to ever find. After your food arrives, though, you'll surely figure it out.
Posted by K. of Philadelphia on 07/15/2011
CHUN HING is a chinese food lover's goldmine. I have been coming here for several years and love the food. My favorite is the Duck Roll. If you like Peking Duck you have to try this Duck Roll. It is loaded with duck meat scallions and plum sauce wrapped in a delicate chinese pancake. I also love their General Tsoa's Chicken, and their steamed pork dumplings (the dumpling skin is so delicate and light.) You won't regret trying Chun Hing.
Posted by Jean on 07/01/2011
While it doesn't look like much from the outside, inside you will find delightful Chinese food and attentive servers. We've been going to Chun Hing for 10 years and love it more than ever. Mr. Goldman's Scallops and the scallion pancakes are delightful!
Posted by lynettet on 03/24/2011
Try Chung Hing. You will not be disappointed! The food is great. If you like shrimp, try the Shrimp in Tomato Sauce. Its great as well all the dishes I have tried there.