For all intents and purposes, Sun Luck is just a hole-in-the wall Chinese Food restaurant, albeit in a prime location on Fifth Avenue between Union and Berkeley. The interior is about what you would expect (fluorescent lights, a couple orange plastic booths, photos of menu items along the walls, etc), and the wonton soup tastes just like every other wonton soup, but there's one item in particular that makes it my go-to takeout spot: the Sliced Roast Pork.
I don't know how they do it, but this is one of my favorite things to eat on earth, period. A whole loin must be marinated for days, then roasted, sliced up, and coated in a sticky sweet and sour five spice sauce. It's not greasy at all, is super-lean, and a small order (above) is enough for a full meal, especially when paired with some rice. Best of all, it'll only cost you $5.75, and all orders over ten bucks come with a free can of soda.
I'll save the General Tso's Wings for another week.
Sun Luck Kitchen, 197 Fifth Avenue Brooklyn NY 11217. 718-789-4439.