Hon’s Wun-Tun House Robson (Downtown)

Hon’s Wun-Tun House (1339 Robson Street, Vancouver, BC, Canada, phone: 604-685-0871) is a large cafeteria-style Chinese restaurant downtown that is very popular with families and casual diners because of the low prices and generous portions.

Hon’s has other locations in Chinatown (288 East Pender Street, Vancouver, 604-681-8842), New Westminister (408 6th St, New Westminster, 604-520-6661), Coquitlam (310 – 3025 Lougheed Hwy, Coquitlam, 604-468-0871), and Richmond (101 – 4600 No. 3 Road, Richmond, 604-273-0871).

Hon’s on Robson has an open kitchen concept, with a totally separate kitchen for Vegetarian dishes as well as a special area where they prepare the potstickers. On Saturday during the day Hon’s serves Chinese Dim Sum, which is always a special treat. We ordered the many Vegetarian Dim Sum items pictured below, and our total bill for two people came to just under $20.

Chinese Vegetarian Potstickers
Vegetarian Potstickers ($3.25)

Vegetarian Siu Mai dim sum (Chinese food)
Chinese Vegetarian Siu Mai dim sum ($3.00)

Chinese Vegetarian Sticky Rice ($3.00)

Chinese Vegetarian Sticky Rice ($3.00)

Chinese Vegetarian Bean Curd Roll ($2.75)
Chinese Vegetarian Bean Curd Roll ($2.75)

Steamed Vegetarian Pork Dumpling
Steamed Vegetarian Pork Dumpling ($3.00)

Mango Pudding Cake ($2.50)
Mango Pudding Cake ($2.50)

Chinese Take Out Food
Be sure to get your leftovers to go! Hons Chinese food is good for take-out too.

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4 Responses to “Hon’s Wun-Tun House Robson (Downtown)”

  1. Michael Feld Says:

    Thanksgiving dinner at the Hon’s on Robson.
    Marvelous; just marvelous.
    Peking duck! Maybe the best we’d ever had. Delicious.
    Friendly, efficient service. Inexpensive.
    Just marvelous.

  2. Nancy Says:

    I miss the steamed rice rolls filled with shrimp. It’s my must have item for dim sum.

  3. Lek Sutthana Says:

    Nice article. The best sticky rice or glutinous rice comes from Thailand. It is opaque in color unlike other rice which tends to be translucent. It can also used as a glue and is easily fermented to make a sweet liquer. Sticky rice is great stuff!

  4. Sarah Says:

    My family and I used to love going to Hon’s for their Veggie Dim Sum but unfortunately they stopped carrying a number of the yummy dishes which are pictured above.

    We REALLY miss it! Especially the Veggie Siu Mai :(

    We’re still fans of Hon’s but no longer go there for Dim Sum.

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