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Posted by onewhoeatsoutalot on 04/02/2010
I have to admit this place is pricy, but you definitely get what you pay for. It is worth the money for the food. I love this chinese food.
Posted by Brent on 02/06/2010
I have been eating at Chun Hing since 1985. I had an office on City Ave from 1985 until 1990. I think that I ate lunch there every day during that stretch. My family and I live in South Jersey but at least once a month or so we take a drive to Chun Hing for our favorite Chinese food fix. In my opinion, Chun Hing has the best fried pork dumplings that I have had anywhere...and that includes NY and SF. Chun Hing also has the best and most consistent Hot & Sour Soup anywhere. Filet of Beef with Watercress, Pork with String Beans in Garlic Sauce, Scallops in Chun Hing Sauce and Chicken with House Special Spicy Sauce are my menu favorites. Everything is good. The service is great. The people are friendly. One day the staff even taught my children how to use chop sticks and how to make dumplings! I can't say enough good things about Chun Hing.
Posted by butterfly9983 on 10/21/2009
My husband and I moved to the area from centercity 2 years ago and were so upset when Chinatown wasnt accessable. Then we found Chun Hing. It is one of the best places we have ever been to. The service is always friendly and warm. They really are a family owned place and will remember your face as well as your order! We are planning to move back downtown but will be driving up to Chun Hing as often as possible!!
Posted by Anonymous on 07/22/2009
I've going to Chung hing for 18 years and counting, and my parents have been going there long before I was born. They know us by first name there-- they are some of the friendliest and homiest restaurant owners I have ever met, and they are always willing to accommodate. The food is incredible as well-- there is not a thing on the menu you will be disappointed by. I feel that the food is closer to traditional Chinese food-- the only thing there seriously fried is the sweet and sour chicken. The General Tso's Chicken is amazing-- best I've had. If you're in the area or are passing through, GO TO THIS RESTAURANT.
Posted by melindaiswrong on 12/30/2008
I have been going to Chun Hing for the last 15 years. I have tried many of the dishes on the menu. By no means are the portions offered at this restaurant small. Although size is determined by opinion, I would bet on it being extremely difficult to find many other restaurants with larger portions.
Posted by Loyal Customer on 04/18/2008
We have been going to Chun Hing since we moved from California 13 years ago. Only once did we have a problem with one dish and the staff immediately took care of it. The atmosphere is typical Chinese - - no big deal, but the food can't be beat. It is also a BYOB, however, if you are ordering takeout they might offer you a beer (if they have it). It is family owned and if you go regularly, they remember your name and your order. There is plenty of parking too (located in the Path Mark shopping Center down from Target/City Avenue). Eat and enjoy!!
Posted by Stuart on 04/21/2007
Chun Hing originally began downtown many years ago at 15th and Spruce and was our favorite Center City Chinese restaurant while is was open. A second location (the current one) opened near City Line Ave. The downtown restaurant closed after a fire quite a while ago and never reopened. The food at Chun Hing is a significant cut above most Chinese restaurants in Philadelphia. Several of our favorite dishes are made with delicious and subtle sauces that are not offered elsewhere. "Shing Tau" style is delicious. So is "herbal taste" flavor. The portions and prices are typical for nice Chinese restaurants in Chinatown or elsewhere in the city. We always have plenty left over if we order a dish per person. Most entrees are probably in the $10-15. range. The restaurant is comfortable, if not fancy. Great place for families. Service is excellent. Always highly attentive.