Hunan Delight

Row 1

752 Union St (b/t 5th and 6th ave)
Brooklyn, NY 11215
(718) 789-1400

Foursquare Tips

  • By far the best Chinese in the nabe. The crispy shrimp is my goto dish and is insane. I also dream of their fried noodles (comes with soup).
  • I normally associate Chinese food with delivery/take out. But sit down and eat here like old times. It's fkn great. Chinese tea steamed dumpies beef w brocks crispy honey chicken
  • Sold if unspectacular Chinese. Fast delivery and great hot and sour soup
  • Best scallion pancake outside of Chinatown!
  • Start with Chicken Dumplings and Hot and Sour Soup.
  • Food and service always good nom nom
  • Not on Seamless because they dont need to be. The neighborhoods best Chinese. General Tsos Chicken with big meaty pieces.
  • I've been eating here for more than a year and I have never once been disappointed.
  • This is our favorite spot in the area. The beef lo mein, the boneless spare ribs and the shrimp dumplings are the best!
  • Tried a General Tso chicken, quite disappointing... I'm wondering if the good reviews are legit.
  • Go-to Chinese spot in the neighborhood, we like Hunan Delight because it's consistently fresh, and because delivery comes at record speeds.
  • Great lunch combos even on the weekends--under $10! For dinner, try the shrimp with walnuts--so good!
  • Delish food. Shanghai dumplings. General Tso's tofu. Lo Mein. Eat. Eat. Eat. So-so service.
  • Honey crispy chicken, string beans sauteed in garlic is delicious
  • Veggie dumplings are delicious, fried rice is tasty. Do NOT recommend the scallion pancakes, too salty and greasy.
  • Delicious chicken dishes--great quality. And delicious scallion pancakes and pork buns.
  • Literally my fav Asian restaurant in the state...
  • General tsos, vegetable pan fried noodle.
  • An old guard Park Slope Chinese place that still does some things well. Their chow fun is particularly good.
  • It's ok, not great. The prices are a little high considering what you get, and my personal pet peeve is the "honey chicken" which is more breading than anything else...

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