One way I judge a Chinese restaurant is how busy they are and Fu Shing is usually very busy. They have excellent Chinese dishes, my favorites being their duck and the whole fish. It is hard for me to pick favorites because they have some many goodies to choose from. The sushi is average or a little better than average, but I usually only get that as a complimentary dish or appetizer as the Chinese food here is what brings me back again and again. I have eaten here a dozen times or more and have never been disappointed with the food. They can get a little busy, so service may not be as rapid as you like, but if you are not in a rush to get in and out, this is the Chinese restaurant for you. The other way I rate a Chinese restaurant is the ratio of Chinese customers, which at this place is 75% or more. Try it, you won't be disappointed!
We tend to go here when we have guest or family and get one of their family style meals, which is many dishes of authentic Chinese food. The jellyfish is one of my sons favorites and I really like the lobster and shrimp dishes. They are prepared in the traditional Chinese manner and are very tasty. The people are very friendly and it is a kid friendly place. Well worth a try!
I can't get enough of this restaurant. I go for the Dim Sum and have never been disappointed. They have some really good dishes that we eat regularly. The sticky rice has bits of ham and is a favorite with my son. I tend to like the dumplings the most, especially one they call something like salty dumpling. It is made with sweet rice and is filled with meat. It is salty and sweet and I crave them all the time. It is best to either speak Chinese, go with someone who does, or know a bit about Dim Sum so you can point to what you want. The wait staff is friendly and busy, but some speak limited English so be prepared to use a little sign language to get your point across. If you have never eaten Dim Sum you are truly missing fabulous tastes and textures from Canton province!! The food is inexpensive, hot, and tasty.
I really like this place for its traditional Chinese food (i.e. not the Americanized fare that are typical in many US restaurants) and the complementing sushi bar. My wife is Chinese so I know a bit about real Chinese food and this restaurant has it. The eggplant with basil is one tasty dish! They also have a pork chop dish I love, pai gu. The sashimi is very fresh and you get large pieces, not the thin pieces that a lot of restaurants serve these days. The Dancing Eel roll is awesome as are some of the other specialty rolls. I have eaten there three times now and I plan to go back again an again. If you are Chinese you will love this place and if you are American you should go see what they really eat in China. Yummy!