Went early Friday afternoon around 4-5pm and the place was empty which was a pleasant surprise considering all the posts about them being packed and having to share a table with strangers. I'm sure they got a lot busier by that evening and that the Dim Sum hours on the weekend are extremely busy, but be aware that most these reviews were from people there Saturday and Sunday morning. The prices are about $10 average, the servings are very plentiful, and the service was excellent. The food was all very fresh and well cooked. One thing I'd highly recommend is the Potstickers appetizer. Normally I'm not a fan of these because every place I've ever had them seems to just buy them frozen in bulk from the same supplier and I find them pretty boring, but the ones here are pretty amazing. They're either handmade or certainly appear that way and are large and very flavorful. Lastly, this place gets bonus points for serving hot mustard as a table condiment. I love this stuff and I don't come across it as much these days like I used to in the 90s.
This was my first time at Fung's Kitchen. I like to judge Chinese restaurants by their kung pao chicken, so I ordered the kung pao chicken lunch special. It came with soup, two crab rangoon, an egg roll, rice, and the entree. I got the hot and sour soup to start; so did my dining companion. Our soup came out within 5 minutes after we placed our order. It was hot but just cool enough to eat. It was not particularly spicy or sour but tasted good. I don't normally like crab rangoon, but I am willing to give them a try at a new restaurant. I don't like the ones here - too much cream cheese. The egg roll, on the other hand, was better than usual; it came out piping hot and wasn't too greasy. The kung pao chicken was not only mildly spicy. I tried to make it more spicy by adding the red pepper flakes in oil to the dish, but they were not spicy, either. They also added the peanuts to the kung pao chicken just before serving. The peanuts were sprinkled on top. I like them cooked into the sauce. The vegetables and chicken were cut into nice bite-size chunks, but that didn't make up for the fact that it was not as spicy as I wanted it to be. On a return visit, I will be sure to ask them to make it spicier. I would also like to try their double cooked pork or something with duck.
New restaurant at lunch. Very, very good! I ordered the Mongolian Beef and it was really savory and salty and a huge portion! The egg roll isn't greasy at all and was very flavorful! Steamed rice is rice, so nothing to brag about there. It was cooked well though. The Egg flower soup was a little too thick in my opinion, but really tasty. The crab ragoon were delicious too! Will definitely be back to try different dishes!