82% say Yum
214 people voted
82% say Yum
214 people voted
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Mon-Thu: 11am-10:30am, Fri-Sat: 11:30am-11:30am, Sun: midnight-10am
Credit Cards Accepted
Yes - Full Bar
$ - Cheap Eats (Under $10)
$$ - Moderate ($11-$25)
$$$ - Expensive ($25-$50)
$$$$ - Very Pricey (Over $50)
Good for Kids
Reviews of Chun Bo Restaurant
05/08/2016 - Toby
New owners have gone cheap. Not as good as it used to be. Too bad.
06/24/2014 - Red
Lousy service. So bad I didn't leave a tip.
12/10/2013 - John
Boneless spareribs tasted old. The fried rice had a burnt taste. Other dishes tasted left over.
04/16/2011 - jimmy
Alvin is the best sushi chef in NJ and he is only at Chunbo. The freshest Sushi this side of Newton. great for kids, awesome take-out and great for just the two of us. Great staff and the owner is just the nicest guy and he remembers you no matter how often you come in
04/17/2010 - jimmy
excellent dinner, good pricing, great with the kids, service and food were close to perfect
12/30/2009 - depalma/rapuano clan
Chun Bo is the best Chinese restaurant in Sussex County! We love the General Tso's Chicken and the Crispy Duck. When we can, we eat at the restaurant. The service is courteous and efficient, though a bit slow when ordering sushi. Take out is very fast.
12/30/2009 - Caps Diploma
The food is wonderful, the service impeccable, the take out process swift...But they say first impressions are important and Chun Bo gives a smashing first impression. Two stone lions greet you upon entrance, large, majestic beasts that preside over the restaurant with graceful authority . A fountain with live, (sickly?) fish inside (toss a penny, make a wish (it's toxic to the fish, you know)), and other (faux?) ethnic decor--complete with Chinese lanterns, framed ink drawings and a massive mountain scape mural--give the restaurant a classy, mystical ambiance. If you aren't won over by the decor, you will be entranced by the food: General Tso's Chicken, Lo Mein, Chow Fun, Crispy Duck, Po Po Platter, all your favorite Chinese-American dishes come sizzling hot and heaping--you will never go hungry. Plus, the food is inexpensive; what more could you ask (what about celebrating birthdays at Chun Bo? What about dessert? What about drinks?). Oh, yes, how could I have forgotten; the Chun Bo employees will play a recorded happy birthday song for the birthday girl/boy on request; the pistachio ice cream for dessert is lovely; and I've got five words for you : martini, gin olive straight up.
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