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Cheung Hing In Millbrae

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Cheung Hing In Millbrae

Stanfordfoodie | Apr 21, 2005 04:15 AM

Came here for lunch after picking up a friend from the airport. The two of us shared a bbq duck and "sung tong guy" rice plate. The Sung tong guy, (its a type of steamed chicken translated "sung=up? tong=soup?, guy=chicken excuse my poor cantonese if others can contribute a better translation please feel free) was prepared very well, the meat was very tender and juicy, more importantly it was not too salty or overflavored with msg. Ask for the drumstick part, its the tastiest in my opinion. The duck was medicore, over flavored with seasonings, the best duck so far in the SF area I found was at Cheung Hing on Noreiga Street in the city, also the price is a lot lower at the Noreiga Street Cheung Hing.

Waitstaff was very friendly and helpful. Although the bathrooms need a little cleaning.

Cheung Hing Restaurant
(650) 652-3938
245 El Camino Real
Millbrae, CA 94030

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