After a successful start in Queens, it made perfect sense for owner Neil Wallin to show the Long Island residents how good Chinese food can be. Since the year 1990 and still going strong, the restaurant has much to offer for your dining pleasure in their newly renovated dining room, as well as for special occasions in their spacious party room upstairs. Every detail from the moment you walk in the door to your final sip of tea has been considered and perfectly planned.
With cushioned seats and couches, the restaurant is relaxing and comfortable. Bright sunshine through glass windows lights up the restaurant during the day, while a more intimate feeling is captured at night. Cho-Sen Island has a full-service cocktail bar and a full sushi bar. The restaurant is popular in the Long Island community and is a must-stop for any local or visitor. Cho-Sen Island attributes its years of success to the winning combination of friendly, efficient service and superb food. The restaurant staff is led by General Manager Yunice Yam, who is always smiling and whether they’re busy or not, makes time for you. One thing that is always amazing to see, is when the staff sees you for the first time in the restaurant, they will always remember you and greet you with your name the next time you walk in. It’s something about that, that makes you feel so welcomed.
Regulars come at least once a week, as homage to the restaurant’s executive Chef Cheng’s delectable dishes. Barbecued Tenderloin Beef or Spring Rolls are two perfect appetizers with which to start the meal. All the entrees are generous in size with any of Chef Cheng’s Specialties a sure winner, especially the Peking Duck. Because of the personal service and clean environment, Cho-Sen Island is a great choice for a classy date, perfect for the entire family and ideal for business professionals to conduct their meetings.