This is one of the Chinatown restaurants where cooks from other establishments congregate. The interior consists of four booths and three tables. The ... More
King Fung Garden
This is one of the Chinatown restaurants where cooks from other establishments congregate. The interior consists of four booths and three tables. The menu lists several meat options with a choice of various additions, including peapods, cashews and almonds. There are scallion pancakes, Peking dumplings, pork with lily fungus flowers and squid with scallion and onion. Other specialties include bean curd, hot and sour soups, chow mein, chow foon and fried rice with tidbits of shrimp. Does not accept credit cards; accepts cash only.
This restaurant was outstanding in the past but a recent visit changed all that. The meal was not really edible. The beef noodle soup had enormous chunks of beef that were half fat and gristle. The dan dan noodles also had pork that was mostly composed of gristly fat with a few nasty tasting shrimp. Was actually ill after eating this meal. Sadly, I will never go back.
Everything here is delicious! Try the pork dumplings and the sauteed Chinese broccoli (not regular broccoli, more like a stalky green) or anything else.
Four people can stuff their face on appetizers and entrees and get out for less than $10 apiece. I often bring visitors here. You can't go wrong here, except on a really cold day it's a little chilly in the little shop. Otherwise if you've never been, go!
I expierienced many cuisines the same kind this restaurant serves but I never tasted something like the Shanghai chow mein. It is highly reccommended even from the Phantom Gourmet.The scallion pie is delicious and if your on a diet this is the kind of chinese pizza you want to eat!IT WAS GREAT!!!!!!!!!!!
I love this restaurant, located in China Town in Boston, I had dinner there with my friends and family when I was there 2 weeks ago for my Grandfathers Burial, and let me tell you, The chicken noodle soup is to die for,,,, I think the secret besides oodles of noodles, was the cilantro,,,,,,, *DELICIOUS*
Not to mention the lettuce wrapd with almond chicken,,, Yummy,,,
I might have to fly to Boston next time I need Chicken Soup for the Soul.......
Best Shanghai noodles and Scallion pancake in town
By A Yahoo Contributor, 9/26/05
It is literally a hole in the wall but they have the best shanghai noodles and scallion pancake in town!! And you can tell 'cause everyone orders these dishes here. Also known for their pot-luck. Everything else is decent but I would probably go to other Chinatown restaurants for them. Go for these two things.