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90 117 SE 2nd StMiami, FL 33131 (305) 808-6665 Solid Chinese food in the DT Miami area. Some locals prefer 3 chefs, and the other competitors....but I have had consistent great takeout in 3 years since I moved to the neighborhood. No complaints. I've had rubbery, bland general tso from the other nearby spots, but Hong Kong is always fresh and the flavors are always great. Simple..and cures my monthly cravings.
Their vegetarian options are my man's favorite too. Spicy and the right amount of veggies and tofu to fill him up even with no meat or sides. Rangoon is delicious and a must to order too. I was craving Chinese so I ordered the shrimp with lobster sauce through Postmates. Their lunch special is supposed to come with soup but they forgot it in my order therefore the 3 star. Food is good but not great especially considering the price for the order.
The order came on time. I would give this place another shot. Hopefully my next order comes as advertised. I would have given no stars, but then I would not be able to leave a review. This food was the most flavortown-less food I have ever eaten. Water has more flavor. Gordon Ramsey would be ASHAMED. I ordered fried rice and what do I get? BOILED FLAVORLESS chicken and rice. Plain, SALT-LESS, rice.
FRY IT!!! The egg rolls had way too much pepper and not enough egg. I will never order from here EVER AGAIN. Only good thing was the spring rolls. Average Chinese fast food. Their service is very quick. Our lunch order was ready to go in about 15 mins or so. They have good choices on their menu, plenty of options. We ordered our entrees online. The ordering is very simple. Our food had Okay flavor but some what soggy by the time we got home.
The Spring rolls and soup were somewhat flavorful. The portions are decent, you will have leftovers. Parking is not so great, it took us a long time to park the car. I will try this place again. A solid choice for low priced chinese in Miami, quick, tasty and easy to order either online, calling or walk in. Parking is pretty difficult so plan accordingly. Horrible service. We ordered $60 dollars worth of food.
We got a few items. Missing half the order and got raw chicken. I am hoping I get sick so that I can sue them. Chinese food has never been a craving or my top choice... So my husband decides to drag me to this one since nothing else was open two days before Irma's arrival. It's a very small restaurant with an odd layout, kitchen is upstairs. The walls scream for a splash of color or something modern to make it at least appealing.
.. I've been here twice and it's always hot inside. Ordered fried rice (actually good) and chicken pad Thai (not good). Chicken tasted fine but the noodles were bland and dry. On a previous order I tried to order fries but it's not part of their menu - which did not work in my favor since I was trying to avoid eating anything else from them when my husband insisted on a Chinese night. Not cool considering it's so easy to cook and majority of Chinese spots offer it as a side.
Maybe I'm biased but either way, I still stand by the tasteless decor of this place. The biggest a**hole just answered the phone and told me repeatedly that I didn't know what I was talking about and that they did not have a house special lo mein that comes w the three types of meat although I literally ordered that just last week! His demeaning certainty was unbelievable. When I politely told him I had just ordered that recently he said "You order week ago it don't matter, you ask me what I have today, I'm telling you what I have today" in the meanest tone ever, not even a "Sorry we don't serve that anymore" even tough that specific lo mein option is STILL LISTED on their menu! Definitely not a respectful way to treat a returning customer.
Also, not worth getting a rude attitude over the phone by someone who doesn't even know their own menu. There are over 30 different Chinese restaurants in the area with better reviews, respectful service and better quality food. Not worth it, save yourself the hassle. A Hidden Gem in area with bad options! First Hong Kong Cafe is tucked into the bottom floor of a downtown Miami building in an areas with almost no good lunch options.
A friendly native pointed us in the right direction and we were very grateful! Enter the small dining area and you will be quickly seated. The menu has many choices but we ordered from the lunch menu on the last page. Your entree comes with soup or spring roll, white or brown rice. The Szechuan Beef was outstanding and fresh served in large portions. The servers were helpful and quick. The food is good, but the place also gets an extra star for being located in a lunch option starved area for hungry business people!! I will remember this place for my next visit to town! Definitely an okay spot for Chinese food considering Miami lacks Asian food overall.
Not the most authentic, but also a leg up from Panda Express (I do enjoy Panda as well). I've ordered take-out a handful of times (usually General Tso's chicken, wonton soup, house special lo mein, Mongolian beef) and it's ready in 15-20 mins. The serving size is pretty decent; I usually have leftovers when ordering 2 dishes for 2 people. I will definitely return to satisfy my Chinese food craving.
We ordered the chef's special: Peking Duck (2 course) as take out. Everything was good except some of the pancakes were stale, which is a bummer because that's the foundation of a Peking duck roll! The remedy? I would recommend eating there instead of take out so that the duck is crispier and you could ask for fresh pancakes. Would eat here again to give it another chance! We ordered takeout from First Hong Kong Cafe for Valentine's Day dinner last night and it took 35 minutes longer than promised.
I figured we'd give them another try and cut them some slack if the food was great, but it was unfortunately not. Im sure the lateness was due to the holiday, and that's fine, but it would have been better if they gave realistic expectations of the food arrival time. The wonton soup was way too salty, and had nothing in it to accompany the wontons. Usually there's something else like onions or other chopped veggies, etc, but nothing additional was added.
My sesame chicken lacked the sesame seeds and the batter was soo thick and greasy. I felt like a greaseball after eating 3 bites. The only thing we actually liked was the Szechuan chicken, probably because it was made in a wok and not deep fried . Other than that, everything was very greasy and unappetizing. Overall, I do not think we will be back, which is a shame because we are dying to find good Chinese food.
Before I alway like to eat here and I had stop like a years and a half because I got a very bad service from Hispanic guy. Today I went back there again and I'm happy that's guy not work there anymore ( I believe) so I was order general tho's chicken ( really good and still keep crispy) ham fried rice ( tasty not too salty like before ) Shrimp wonton soup( it's really disappoint me the soup still test good like before but the wonton too thick and have different wrap not like before and less meat in the wonton For 8$ .
Please can you go back to the old style wrap like before it's test much better and fair for the price . It's shrimp wonton soup but I feel like I had only wonton soup with 10% of shrimp almost nothing for 8$ . But anyway I'm so hungry I have no choice I it all. I hope the owner will keep it serious and fix the problem for the business. Reliable good Chinease delivery. Large menu. Have ordered dozens of times.
Never been dissapointed. But don't expect something exotic or specialist. I particularly like the Singapore Street noodles and Pepper Beef. I barely ever have Chinese because it's most definitely not the healthiest food... well at least not in the states since it's all full of sauces and fat stuff... but my coworker wanted to have Chinese for her birthday and I said ok. We ordered the chicken and vegetables and the lo mein.
.. both tasted the same and it was so saucy it was kind of nasty. The prices are high, I can understand for this area but not for the quality of food. You cannot order special fried rice with your meal as an upgrade, that's an additional cost. It's honestly not worth it. It was super convenient since it's right across the street from my office, but I would hold off to go to another Chinese place. The hostess was very polite and nice when I went In to pick up the food and that is the only reason I am giving two stars.
Other than that the food was no good. This joint may work for take out. It seemed kind of busy in that regard while we sat through a poorly served and poor tasting meal at one of the 1/2 dozen tables. However, if the take out food is like that which was served to us (shrimp won ton soup,shrimp with lobster sauce, crispy duck, shrimp fried rice) I don't see why, unless there are just no good options nearby.
I suspect the latter is true. The duck was way too fatty, the shrimp w lobster sauce was unlike (and worse) than any other preparation of that dish I've had in numerous other Chinese restaurants. The soup wasn't all that bad. Service was polite but inept. This is fast reasonably priced Chinese food within walking distance from our home. We were the only people in the dining room but I am pretty sure most of their business is done for delivery.
We had the crispy duck soup, steamed BBQ pork buns and Singapore noodles. All of it was really good. My favorite was the Singapore noodles which had a nice ginger flavor. The servers were friendly and prompt. This is basic Chinese food that is far better then the sugary and greasy chain Chinese that is generally the only option in a city like Miami. This is the place for a quick and decently priced lunch.
The staff is always very friendly and welcoming. I usually order for pick up, since I work across the street. The food can be hit or miss at times, but there are three items that are my go to that are always delicious. The Singapore noodles is number one on my list. It has such a great spice to it with a great curry flavor. It comes with mixed meat and shrimp. Number two is the shrimp wonton soup.
If you get the large it is way more than enough for your actual meal. I sometimes spruce it up by adding mixed veggies to it. And finally number three is the pad thai with chicken. The portions are really big so you can definitely share. So whenever I get that itch for Chinese, this is my go to spot in Downtown. First time ordering from this restaurant. I ordered the special fried rice and sweet n sour chicken.
Both meals where delicious. I wish they had put more than 3 shrimps in the special fried rice tho but other than that the food is good. I would say give it a shot u never know until u try for urself sometimes which is what I did. Just to start the delivery was terrible. They said it would be 45 mins or less the wait time was over an 1 1/2. I ordered dim sum dumplings and fried rice by this time the dim sum did not taste good at all and I have to assume it was because they where already cold and reheating didn't help much.
Aside from this the rice was meant to be "fried rice" commonly known for being brown from the soy sauce. The rice was white like if they ran out of sauce. I couldn't even sauce it enough after because they only bring 2 soy packages and 2 duck sauce (CHEAP) also too cheap to send fortune cookies.