New Sun Hong Kong Restaurant is located at a Columbia intersection near City Lights Booksellers and a group of topless bars, just north of downtown's "Chinatown". We stopped here after perusing City Lights to grab a quick dinner.
The restaurant itself is spacious - they must be paying a fair price for it - and well lit with large windows to the street - though the visible aforementioned strip joints and street musicians might be a little off-putting to some. The staff was courteous, even going so far as to place a heater near us (though we didn't request one) shortly after we were seated. The service was a little on the slow side, but my saying that is already making it sound slower than it was.
At the time we were there, only one other party was there - a small family.
The fare we ordered was actually quite good - generous servings and reasonably priced. The fried rice I ordered was a bit oversalty for my taste, but was still much better than many other attempts I've tried around the country (and since it was late, it might have just been prepared in a pan that had gotten a lot of use earlier). The tea was definitely passable, although the city water it had been boiled in tended to "season" the taste a little more than some might like. All in all, I'd still say its a good dinner for the money, and worth returning to if I happen to be passing through again.
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