Bing Choy and his family came to Canada from the Quangdong Province of southern mainland China. Trained as a baker and understanding the food industry, it was only natural that he would begin his Canadian career in the restaurant business.
Settling in the prairie town of Stony Plain, he started a Western-Chinese restaurant in the Stony Plain Hotel on picturesque Main Street in 1970. The family run business was later passed on to his son Fon and now has reached its third generation with Bing's grandson, William.
Although the restaurant has seen some changes in decor, many kitchen improvements and an increase in menu selections, it has remained true to the original recipes. Using fresh ingredients, most items are still prepared by hand using the traditional methods. Spring rolls, wontons, egg rolls, soup, gravy and ginger beef are just a few of the many items still being created completely on location. The restaurant has always featured a great selection of sandwiches, hamburgers and homestyle breaded cutlets. Large hamburgers are seasoned and hand formed from freshly ground beef and dressed the way you want.
Dine in, take-out, reservations, gift certificates, catering or to book our private banquet room (seating 60)
Our go-to for local Chinese food. The ginger beef is always amazing!
Bing's is iconic in Stony. Tons of history. Awesome food. Huge portions. Great prices.
My buddy and I had an hamburger with fries, it was the best hamburger I have ever eaten. We also got some Chinese dinner for 2. Lots of everything. There was enough food for another meal each the next day.
Prices are reasonable, the staff are very friendly. A warm cozy feeling being in the restaurant, felt like have been going there for years but in reality I have only been there once.