Cho-Sen Village, the third installment in the Chinese takeover of the Queens and Long Island area by restaurateur Neil Wallin, has completed its tenth year now to rave reviews by the people of Great Neck. They are busy, not because they are the only fine dining Chinese restaurant in town, but because they make everyone’s experience a memorable one. This colorful and stylish restaurant boasts a large private dining room as well as a private party room to the side and a VIP dining area. They also have a full service drink and sushi bar. For your convenience, there is ample parking in the municipal parking lot next door.
With very good ratings in food (“19”) and service (“17”) the Zagat Survey writes: “Great Neckers kvell over the glatt kosher Asian fusion menu spanning sushi and General Tso's chicken at this upscale noshery that's definitely worth trying (if "just for the noodles"); supporters assure you won't be disappointed with the selection and flavor of the food."
The master chef of all three restaurants is Chef Cheng. Born in Taiwan, he has worked for the last 30 years with Glatt Kosher Asian Cuisine. When Neil opened up Cho-Sen Garden, he became Head Chef and is now approaching his 16th year. His cooking style is a fusion of traditional Cantonese, Mandarin, Szechwan and Japanese, which has earned him the Queensboro President’s Award as well as the Governor Pataki Community Service Award. Chef Cheng has now brought a delightful Chinese cuisine to Great Neck that artfully surpasses guests’ expectations. Together with General Manager, Henry Yim, be prepared to experience traditional Chinese fare at its best.