The staff at Hong Kong BBQ all are super nice and cheerful unlike a few places I have reviewed in the past! The food also makes me cheerful too; I think this is going to be my Lunch Goto" restaurant from now on!
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My friends from Hong Kong told me I didn't gave to go to Chinatown to buy my ducks or chicken. This place has the best plus roasted pig. You see them hanging in the back and just order how whole or half duck or chicken...More
Authentic Cantonese cooking! They have a bilingual menu but the waiter is happy to help you order your food. Hot food and huge portions! Parking is tight so try to park across the street.
I really like this place. Many times I have gone to the eastern european store next door for various things I can't buy in the normal grocery store, then went to Hong Kong BBQ for dinner. It never disappoints. Food is in large proportions. Their...More
We ordered several dishes to go on February 20, 2017 and we were impressed with the quality of the food, textures, flavors, and lack of oiliness! Everything we ordered denied the greasy Chinese food stereotype, and that really added to the delight. Due to the...More
I have had many great lunch plate experiences. I did take out a couple weeks ago, that was an average experience. Our best experience has been dine in. Roasted meats are great. Noodle dishes are also outstanding. I like the Beef and bitter melon
I love to go here for lunch and sometimes take out for dinner. My favorite entree is the beef with asparagus but had had nothing bad there yet. Their soups are out of this world. My favorite is the hot and sour while my Daughter...More
I went in for some good Chinese food, but got a show instead. Food was passable, not great, but okay, but the highlight was when a customer came in and said a large group of 14 would be coming in very soon. The waitress had...More
Small restaurant, offers Chinese cuisine that is pretty good. Large menu, with many dishes to try and they allow substitutions or omitting items from a dish. Portions are plentiful.
The food here reminds of the old time Cantonese style restaurants that used to populate Chinatown in San Francisco before it became a tourist destination. The Yang Chow fried rice is cooked perfectly without being greasy or oily. The serving size of most dishes is...More