There’s no avoiding the fact that Chun Hing’s location, in a Pathmark strip mall several blocks off of City Avenue, is not much to look at. But this BYOB with a mauve and purple color scheme serves both Chinese restaurant staples, as well as other dishes that are less familiar. You’ll find hot and sour soup, General Tso’s chicken, moo shu pork, sliced beef with broccoli, lo mein, and lunch specials that come with your choice of rice. But the “chef’s suggestions” include scallops in tomato sauce, slightly fried squid in special five-spicy-taste seasonings and stuffed fresh mushrooms with shrimp in black-bean sauce. The parking lot might be bland but the food isn’t.