Char Hung Sut is located in a super safe neighborhood and serves up awesome food. April Fools! Okay only about the super safe neighborhood part. You gotta admit, Char Hung Sut’s location is in a less than desirable location but the food makes it well worth the trip. Can you believe I have never tried it until about a month ago? I’m definitely a fool for that. Everything I have had here has proven to be awesome. It’s also helpful that I go super early before work so I can just park on the street and jump in…free meter parking! I was amazed by the person who helped me. I think he’s the owner’s grandson. I ordered all kinds of stuff in random numbers and he magically added them all up on a piece of paper manually…then added tax all in his head. I was amazed. Then again, I’m terrible at math so anything would amaze me. He had talent!
Love the packaging. It’s becoming like a theme huh?
Taro Cake. Look at how thick this was! Definitely not the kind of taro cake I’m used to, but I’m not complaining. I thought it was interesting that they had a black bean sauce in it.
Look at all these nummies; pork hash, half moon and yip chai (with pork)!
Here’s the filling of the yip chai. Delicious. It’s also the same filling in the half moon – so good!
The most flavorful “haole” chow fun I have ever had. I call any chow fun haole if its not dark like the Chinese ones. This was SO good…so much flavor packed into these noodles. The garlic chives make a big difference. Definitely winners.
Hi Jenny, My wife and I were there on Wednesday. How odd is that? Pat
Hi Pat. That’s too funny! But glad you were able to try this place! Not many visitors would! Hope you and your wife enjoyed it!
They have the best Mai Tai Soo! I have an appointment near downtown coming up and I’m planning a Char Hung Sut detour!
I have not tried their mai tai soo! Gosh, I haven’t had those in years. I hope you get some good grinds at Char Hung Sut! You’re making me want to return to get the mai tai zoo…:)