Chinese Musical Checkers

2010 Update: This is now W. Kodak Jewelers.

12/2/2008 Update:

Seems like Yeung II Chinese Kitchen, long time business landmark at 60 Newark Street – is vacating their spot.

I suppose they’ve “merged” with Tokugawa – which is at 1120 Washington Street. Hmmm… a Hoboken first?

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What will take their place?

Description – Chinese Take out.
Services – Chinese cuisine. Take Out, Dine In, Free Delivery (Min $6 in Hoboken, $10 outside)
Address – 60 Newark St 1120 Washington St., Hoboken, NJ 07030
Telephone – (201) 653-8028

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23 Comments on "Chinese Musical Checkers"


HomeTeam
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HomeTeam
7 years 5 months ago

Sad thing. They were the only place downtown that made decent fried-rice. Precious, Hobo Cottage and Aroma can’t seem to get that right. Same thing for Kung Pow…Yeung II was the only one who made a decent version of it. All the others are bland and lacking and kick.

homeworld
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7 years 5 months ago

[quote comment=”124368″]… We lost First Garden 10 years ago…which was the best Chinese take out in town… and I begrudgingly started getting take out and Yeung II, it wasn’t “bad,” but now we have NO chinese takeout restaurant downtown, only “sit down” places with higher prices. I want a combo plate for 6 bucks!!![/quote]

Aroma is a good delivery place. The food manages to always come within 15 minutes, and the combos are pretty inexpensive.

hobokendave
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hobokendave
7 years 5 months ago

… We lost First Garden 10 years ago…which was the best Chinese take out in town… and I begrudgingly started getting take out and Yeung II, it wasn’t “bad,” but now we have NO chinese takeout restaurant downtown, only “sit down” places with higher prices. I want a combo plate for 6 bucks!!!

strand tramp
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strand tramp
7 years 6 months ago
it’s not that they are “allowed” to spill/pour used grease all over the sidewalk (which is both a safety and a health hazard) it is because these people are from far away countries that have no health inspections. they probably come from villages that have limited waste water purification facilities. they normally dump everything in the nearest hole. that is why their health standards are like 18th century America. that is why they brought SARS to North America. they have no experience with American health standards/requirements. the rural parts of Asia are more like stone age than post-industrial. that’s another… Read more »
el norte
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el norte
7 years 6 months ago

Why are restaurants allowed to spill so much grease on the sidewalk. Every employee walks in that every day.

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