The beauty of living in a city with millions of people is that your food options are open and endless. Whether if you’re in the mood for Mexican, Italian, Spanish or Chinese cuisine, it’s all easily accessible to you. As a NYC staple, a reliable source for food goodness is Chinese food!
Neighborhood or “Hood” Chinese food as many of us refer to it are reliable, trusted, and the food never disappoint. Your food maybe packed in a styrofoam container vs. plated on fancy tableware, but that doesn’t mean it’s not just as good and often a lot cheaper. In every hood, there are probably, about 25 or more Chinese restaurants and each has its loyal customers…and it’s not because the food at each isn’t good, it’s just a personal preference.
On average a meal for 1 person should cost no more than $6 which includes a canned soda!
What’s your favorite dish from your local neighborhood or “hood” Chinese restaurant? Here at HHMW desk, we love the always popular and timeless 4 chicken wings (cut up) with pork fried rice and an egg roll.
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