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Shiao Lan Kung

  • $$
  • Chinese
  • 930 Race St, Philadelphia 19107 39.955231 -75.155253
  • (Btwn N 9th & N 10th St)
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  • (215) 928-0282
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User Ratings (Based on 14 reviews)

avg-come back to15
Food 4_5 Value 4
Service 4 Atmosphere 3_5

Other Restaurant Info

(215) 928-0282
Visa, MC, AmEx, Disc
Tue-Thu: 3pm-2am Fri-Sat: 3pm-3am Sun: 3pm-2am
Dinner, Lunch
Accepts Credit Cards, BYOB, Kid Friendly, Late Night, Open 7 Days, Take Out, Wheelchair Accessible

User Reviews

  • Shiao Lan Kung

    Posted by KBR on 2014-08-11


    Went here on a Friday evening after it was suggested by a friend. The place is small and the smaller tables are a bit cramped. But the food and service was excellent and the food came quickly. We had a party of three and they had NO problem allowing us to

  • Shiao Lan Kung

    Posted by Tim on 2014-02-24

    Very good food

    Served the best salt baked soft shell crab and dry sauteed chicken with black bean sauce. Outstanding food in philly, definately be back.

  • Shiao Lan Kung

    Posted by Daniel Brous on 2014-02-13

    Great Food Best Value

    I went there for dinner after work. They served the best mash beef egg drop soup followed by salt baked squid and shrimp, snow pea leaves with garlic and the best dry sauteed chicken with black bean sauce. You cant go wrong with this place and cant beat t

  • Shiao Lan Kung

    Posted by Jennifer on 2010-07-13

    Try the soft shell crab

    This is my family's favorite rest. in Chinatown. We have reccommend it to our other family members and it has become their fav. as well. I reccomend the fish maw soup, soft shell crab, salt baked squid, sweet and sour chicken and clams with black bean sau

  • Shiao Lan Kung

    Posted by njsid on 2009-10-05

    great food

    had yong chow rice best ever lobster cantinese great but high pice will go back

  • Shiao Lan Kung

    Posted by Philly MD on 2009-05-11


    As a Chinese American from NYC, I have sampled Chinese food in some of America's best Chinatowns (NYC, Flushing, Brooklyn, San Francisco), and yet I've always had a special place in my heart for Shiao Lan Kung. Their Jiao Yan You Yu (Salt-baked squid) is

  • Shiao Lan Kung

    Posted by Anonymous on 2009-03-02

    subpar, no way

    I've never reviewed anything online before but the post preceding this has inspired me to give it a whirl... In order to avoid any future 'subpar' experiences at what is, arguably, the best Chinese in the city, I suggest the following: 1. expect to be cra

  • Shiao Lan Kung

    Posted by Christine Serrell on 2009-02-03


    So based on the reviews here, I decided to go with my husband here. The place is extremely cramped! They have two huge tables in the middle. So if you're not with a large party at the two tables, you will be seated cramped along the walls. When I w

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