Fung Sing Cafe is a new Hong Kong style cafe. This cafe was previously Sun Yee Cafe Restaurant but has switched owners and a new menu to go along with it. The owner of Fung Sing Cafe was a chef at Curry King and opened Fung Sing Cafe to call his own.
The interior isn’t amazing but there are large tables if you want to come in big groups.
Depend on what set you order, it might come with soup. They have 3 types of soup – cream soup, Chinese soup, and Russian borscht. All of them tasted pretty good. Everyone at our table had their own favorite soup. I personally love cream soup.
Cold Milk Tea is always a must when going to a HK style cafe.
House Special Beef Short Ribs ($10.50) has lots of short ribs and was tender. Pretty solid dish.
Sweet and Sour Pork ($10.50) was really good. I usually hate sweet and sour pork but they make it really good here! The breading is thin, so you can taste the pork inside. Definitely recommended!!
2 item sizzling combination ($12.95) comes with your choice of any 2 meat choices, soup, drink, a sauce and a side. I chose the rib eye steak and the chicken steak. I also chose the side of vegetables and mushroom sauce.
Choice of 2 combinations ($9.95) thats what the menu said what this was. Essentially you choose 2 meats, a sauce, and a side. It also comes with a choice of sauce and drink. Kgirl chose her option with fries.
This is what it looks like if you chose rice as a side.
This one would be the one with the side of vegetables.
It’s a pretty good value for under $10 and you get full. This option is very popular.
4 of us ordered the same thing. It’s simple and good.
Baked Ying Yang Rice (King Size -$9.50) is a must order! It’s huge! It’s so large that I have no idea who would be able to finish it.
Trust me, it’s quite large even if the pictures don’t 100% justify the size. It tastes good and its worth your money!
You can get a choice of dessert if you order a set item. There are 3 options – Mango pudding, tapioca with coconut milk, and ice cream crepe.
The mango pudding is quite plain but still a nice ending to the meal.
The coconut milk with tapioca is typical of a Chinese restaurant, but still good.
The ice cream crepe was a surprise to see.
Once you cut into it, the ice cream just oozes out. Really cool and a fun desssert for kids.
Overall, Fung Sing Cafe is pretty solid and we had no complaints. The price is very reasonable, staff were nice, and food was decent. I’d definitely come back for some of their specials!
Words of Wisdom:
- You gotta order Choice of 2 combinations and the Baked Ying Yang Rice
- Free parking at rear
2128 East Hastings St