Dimly lit, with aquariums and red tablecloths, this downtown restaurant is like the one that Mom treated you to for special family dinners. For two ... More
Dimly lit, with aquariums and red tablecloths, this downtown restaurant is like the one that Mom treated you to for special family dinners. For two decades, the restaurant has served traditional Chinese dishes with an American flavor. The entrance, which can be elusive, is actually up some stairs on Southwest Park Avenue. Enjoy a cocktail from the full bar before your meal arrives. Try the T'ung T'ing Shrimp; large, shelled prawns sauteed in wine sauce with broccoli, water chestnuts and mushrooms.
Hunan is Consistent. Some chinese food is hit or miss with good nights or bad nights. Hunan is a best bet and distinctive in flavors.
The service is always perfect. Quiet booths tucked away and perfect dim lighting for intimacy and privacy. We are recognized and treated as special returning guests.
Pot Stickers, Tangy Chicken with breast meat, Green Beans, Hot n Sour Soup, Asparagus when in season, and another disk to round out the meal. Never a bad meal! Take out is good portions, and they remember the sauces.
Parking is within a few blocks. Drop off your wife/girl friend and park.
Hunan is excellent. Consistently excellent. Always deserves 5 stars.
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