Hon's isn't one place I go to often anymore but sometimes places like these really hit the spot.
A few of us checked this location out for a mid evening dinner.
The menu is pretty varied with all the usuals you'd find, including select dim sum dishes. We quickly ordered. My friend the Beef Brisket and Wonton with Rice Noodle and my gf and I the Preserved Egg and Sliced Pork Congee, the Sweet and Sour Pork with Pineapple and the Pork Potstickers to share. None of the dishes jumped out and reminded me of food court dining. The congee was clearly a step below many places as was the sweet and sour pork, which tasted like the deep fried pork had being sitting a while already cooked before being mixed in with sauce and the vegetables. My friends noodle soup was reported as ok also. The potstickers aren't worth raving, in my opinion.
Service was a delightful surprise. The wait staff was quick, friendly and could handle english patrons with ease. Polite too.
They were still a few hours before closing but I had a bird's eye view of their open kitchen. There were a group of employees cleaning up the burners and exhaust vents, pretty diligently I must say. Made for a nice impression that some asian restaurants do care about sanitation. I found it a little unusual that along the perimeter of the restaurant there were stations marked: bbq, potstickers, vegetarian, etc, etc. A bit unusual but I'm sure it helps for takeout customers.
For what it's worth, it's comfortable, open fairly late and the food is decent enough.