Hua Ji Pork Chop Fast Food

Chinese
$
7 Allen St (btwn Canal & Division St)
New York, NY 10002
(212) 219-9876
Monday
10:30am - 9:00pm
Tuesday
10:30am - 9:00pm
Wednesday
10:30am - 9:00pm
Thursday
10:30am - 9:00pm
Friday
10:30am - 9:00pm
Saturday
10:30am - 9:00pm

Menu

Tips

  • Get the pork chop over rice ($5). "A fatty slab of a pork chop is pounded thin & fried until golden brown, then paired with white rice & a sauce comprised of coarse ground pork & pickled vegetables."
  • For $5, you earn a generous helping of lightly fried pork chop over steamed rice, ground pork, and a medley of pickled vegetables, as well as a hearty soup du jour on the side. $5 goes very far here.
  • Decent source for Taiwanese pork chops over rice. Fried dumplings have pleasantly thick skins and juicy fillings.
  • Get the pork chop over rice
  • Delicious and large portions, but too much MSG. left my mouth dry all day
  • Pork Chop Over Rice: $5.00
  • The pork chop over rice alluded to in the restaurant's name is particularly admirable, two nicely browned chops with tender, crusty, and gnarly bits lubricated with a ground-pork sauce.
  • Decent source for Taiwanese pork chops over rice.
  • Pork chop for sure, but their fried chicken snack (aka spicy popcorn chicken) is ridiculously addictive too!
  • They're known for their signature pork chop dish (#1 on the menu). Tastes very good, although a little fatty...
  • Spare Ribs in Black Bean Sauce is my no. 1 pick...
  • Theyre obviously known for their pork chops! Make sure to get an order of them!