There are a number of Chinese BBQ spots in Chinatown, but the consistent lunchtime lines at Hong Kong Eatery must mean they’re doing something right. The roast duck and siu yuk here are pretty good, though we’ve definitely had better char siu elsewhere. They also have a large menu of things like salt and pepper squid, chicken congee, and lo mein, just in case you’re not in the mood for BBQ.
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