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Chinese
$ $
509 H St NW (btwn N 5th St. And N 6th St.)
Washington, DC 20001
(202) 371-2233
Monday
11:00am - 2:00am
Tuesday
11:00am - 2:00am
Wednesday
11:00am - 2:00am
Thursday
11:00am - 2:00am
Friday
11:00am - 2:00am
Saturday
11:00am - 2:00am
Sunday
11:00am - 2:00am

Menu

Tips

  • Best Chinese in DC. By a country mile.
  • don't bother looking at the real menu - go off the menu cards on the table. char siu/bbq pork noodle soup and pan fried noodles are my staples!
  • Order the Cha shiu (pork)
  • Amazing authentic Chinese food with an amazing variety of dishes to choose from . They have a huge lunch menu with great specials . The wonton soup with duck is one of my favorites .
  • Wonton soup with vegetables.
  • Great wonton noodle soup! BBQ pork (char siu) noodle soup is ok...
  • Best Cantonese Pam fried noodle I've found in DC.
  • $6.00 lunch special
  • Also, beware of the Chinatown bus stop right out front, check the schedule so you don't have to wait long for a table.
  • Try the Roasted Chicken And Wonton Noodle Soup
  • Order beef and shrimp with egg over rice. It's a must.
  • Best bests: quarter soyed chicken, pan-fried pork dumplings, stir fried chive flowers, H.K style shrimp dumplings in noodle soup, beef brisket in noodle soup and congees
  • Wonton noodle soup: It was highly recommended but the wonton wrapper was really doughy, noodle too soggy, and both wontons and broth were flavorless. Potstickers were also extremely doughy.
  • Typical but the insistence to tip more is really a pain in the a...
  • $7.00 lunch Monday-Friday!!
  • Avoid the weekend lunch menu. I sent my plate back. If you come for lunch on the weekends, order from the menu.
  • Come with an appetite (huge portions!). If you're looking to save some money, come for $7.00 lunch Monday-Friday!
  • Hong Kong style noodle soups are the specialty, but they also do banging Americanized Chinese if you have a craving... Awesome General Tso for when you can't help yourself...
  • I'm almost a carnivore, and I loved the fried tofu (with plenty of housemade chili oil). Friendly staff. I will definitely visit again in the future.
  • It's good, but I'd rather have Chinatown Express just down the street. I felt a little let down at Full Kee.

Nearby places

601 F St NW (at 7th St NW)
701 Seventh Street Northwest