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Hoy Hing ($$) $ - Cheap Eats (Under $10)
$$ - Moderate ($11-$25)
$$$ - Expensive ($25-$50)
$$$$ - Very Pricey (Over $50)
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525 Washington St
Brighton, MA 02135 (Map & Directions)
(617) 783-9707

Cuisine:   Chinese
Location: Allton-Brighton > Brighton
Delivery: Yes Attire: Casual Reservations: No
Wifi: No Parking: Yes Alcohol: No
Good for Kids: Yes Outdoor Seats: No Payment: Credit Cards Accepted

User Reviews for Hoy Hing
Jess posted on 11/21/2010
Rating & Review:
Some items were good, some werent. The first positive was that the food showed up exceptionally quick. The soups were delicious; we got wonton and egg drop mixed with wonton. The pork fried is delicious, as well as the steamed pork dumplings. The Sesame chicken was decent as well, the usual. On the otherhand, the crab rangoons were stale and the cream cheese and crab wasnt mixed together well. It was just cream cheese with blocks of imitiation crab. I love beef teeryiaki, and usually like it everywhere, but it was not what i was expecting, very disappointing. Overall I think this place is good, if you know what to get. Ill definitely be ordering again, just not the beef teriyaki!! :)
Vannak - 163 VC Classics posted on 02/03/2010
Rating & Review:
GREAT "hole in the wall" find. Goondock Saints are amazing- crispy, always delivered hot and generous with amount they give. Fried rice is light and refreshing...almost like a Yang Chow style. Prices are definitely fair. Out of the 100 times I've ordered, I've only has them mess up once. Try it, you won't be disappointed.
Jimbo Slice posted on 12/04/2009
Rating & Review:
Great food. Does anybody notice when the woman answers the phone she says the word 'hoy' as two syllables?
The 50 Kirk posted on 11/24/2008
Rating & Review:
Hoy Hing is so awesome when youre high!...like I am right now!<br /> <br /> The boneless spare ribs are classic munchy food and the pork fried rice is fanfuckintastic. And if my roommate Aaron's rug was wider, the bong's bowl wouldn't have broken when these rando girls dropped it on our hardwood floor. So if our other roommate Andrew had picked out a rug just an inch or two wider at Wal-Mart, the bowl would have landed safely on it, not breaking. So proving the Butterfly Effect.
posted on 10/30/2007
Rating & Review:
The best of the greasy Chinese food in the Oak Square Neighborhood. Great value for the money if you get a combo plate or special meal!<br /> <br /> I wouldn't reccomend actually eating in there though - the atmosphere is pretty depressing. And the bathrooms are a bit terrifying!
Sparky posted on 10/15/2007
Rating & Review:
This place is awesome when your enjoying bevarages at home. Big portions great food. A must try!!Try yhe PooPoo platter is a variety of there best appetizers.

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