Located on one of the main thoroughfares in the small sleepy town of Hilo, this eatery is not glamorous, ritzy or refined, but it is friendly, ... More
New China Restaurant
Located on one of the main thoroughfares in the small sleepy town of Hilo, this eatery is not glamorous, ritzy or refined, but it is friendly, reasonably priced and popular with Hilo residents. The modest interior features table seating with splashes of red Chinese accents and large windows overlooking Kilauea Avenue. The parking lot has lots of space for the occasional diner or for those who gather for larger parties. The menu is traditional and simple. Nothing too avant-garde and nothing too remarkable, but everything from the beef broccoli to the wonton soup is done well for a reasonable price.
We ordered the Roast Duck and the S/S Pork Ribs. The portions were very generous. The taste was surprisingly good. The service was outstanding. I absolutely recommend this place eventhough the presentation was lacking and the white rice was dry. Overall, the best Chinese food in Hilo yet.
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