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Tsing Tao’s Mongolian beef ($12.75) features flank steak served with green onions and long grain rice noodles. Photos by Jason Addy/22nd Century Media
Tsing Tao’s potstickers ($5.95 for six) are handmade by Robert Sun’s father using a family recipe.
Richard’s chicken, a specialty dish featuring crispy chicken, was dreamt up by cook Richard Sun, brother of Tsing Tao owner Robert Sun.
Peter Kaspari, Contributing Editor
4:03 am CST February 8, 2020
Owner Robert Sun has been working at Tsing Tao, located at 537 Green Bay Road, for all but two of those years. He started helping out his parents, who opened the restaurant in December 1980, as a sophomore in high school.