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It sucks to be sick especially when the sun is out. Congee is like the Chinese Chicken Noodle Soup, it is great when you are sick. Took a trip to Hon's Won Ton House on Robson. As a kid my parents used to take me to Hon's in New West to get potstickers and soup, they didn't have many other items on the menu then. There is now a location downtown, Coquitlam, Richmond and there is still the Chinatown and New West locations. The downtown location is the best of all of them, the facility is nice looking, having a separate kitchen for vegetarian and meat, and they stepped up their level of service because their regular level of service just won't cut it for the downtown crowd, for example throwing all the cutlery on the table for the patrons to sort out, or pouring tea like a bartender at a club where your table ends up with this puddle at the end.

Ordered the Chinese Mushroom and chicken congee, a Chinese donut and an order of the crispy noodle chow mein. The congee is tasty and the donut which was dipped in the congee provides an alternative texture. The donut was not as crispy as it should be and the house special was horrible. The sauce had a burnt taste to it and they used a different noodle that I was not used to. It tasted wack!!!!

Hon's Won Ton House
1339 Robson Street, Vancouver

Hon's is a good consistent restaurant chain but there are better Chinese restaurants out there.
It has become so popular that you can even buy action figures and T shirts there.

PS I didn't take a picture of the congee because it just looked boring.
Hon's Wun Tun House on Urbanspoon

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Yayer said... @ September 29, 2008 at 9:33 PM

Oh Hon's how I miss thee! Move to California and replace all those Asian restaurants with Mexican joints and believe me....you'll miss a place like Hon's.

Joyce Dutrisac said... @ August 21, 2009 at 11:45 PM

Hon's pan fried potstickers are hands down the best I have ever had. Also their vinegar dipping sauce is to die for.
I agree the downtown being the best, New west location a bit scuzzy.

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