Sum Leung Chinese Kitchen

★★★★☆
  • 50 E Puainako St Ste 106

    Hilo, HI 96720

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  • 808-959-6025

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This place is good for lunch or dinner, they still do the old school chinese takeout boxes. They are priced really good and the food is super great for the price. Its no fine dining place but if you need dinner for the family or lunch for the work crew just call them or stop on by.

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This place is good for lunch or dinner, they still do the old school chinese takeout boxes. They are priced really good and the food is super great for the price. Its no fine dining place but if you need dinner for the family or lunch for the work crew just call them or stop on by.

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I no longer live in Hilo, but it's the place for nostalgic eating. You'll find dishes not found in Chinese buffet chains (kalua pork and cabbage, truly crispy roast pork, sweet and sour spare ribs). Hawaii-style Chinese food is not for everyone, but if the long lines that snake out of the place during lunch is any indication it's truly a local favorite. On rainy Hilo days, expect a short wait due to high demand for their wonton noodle soups. The Leung's run this place with an eye toward giving the customer good value for their money. You can walk out with a loaded "plate lunch" for under $6. My favorites: lemon chicken, the mushroom chicken with baby corn and their crispy "cake noodles". The decor is practical more than comfy. Counter service is friendly and fast, but not everyone speaks English perfectly. It's still worth it!

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★★★★★

I no longer live in Hilo, but it's the place for nostalgic eating. You'll find dishes not found in Chinese buffet chains (kalua pork and cabbage, truly crispy roast pork, sweet and sour spare ribs). Hawaii-style Chinese food is not for everyone, but if the long lines that snake out of the place during lunch is any indication it's truly a local favorite. On rainy Hilo days, expect a short wait due to high demand for their wonton noodle soups. The Leung's run this place with an eye toward giving the customer good value for their money. You can walk out with a loaded "plate lunch" for under $6. My favorites: lemon chicken, the mushroom chicken with baby corn and their crispy "cake noodles". The decor is practical more than comfy. Counter service is friendly and fast, but not everyone speaks English perfectly. It's still worth it!

 

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