Sun Sui Wah 新瑞華海鮮酒家

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I haven’t gone to Sun Sui Wah in a long time. It was decently busy on a weekday around 11a.m.

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Congee

The congee was a decent size and I loved the little crisps at the top. It was filled with meat and wasn’t too salty.

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Pan Fried Radish Cake

The Radish Cakes were lightly pan fried and were decent. Nothing too special.

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Steamed Sticky Rice in Lotus Leaves

I didn’t try the sticky rice but they seemed to be a decent size for three of them.

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Steamed Rice Rolls with Chinese Donut

I found the Chinese donuts to be quite tough. They didn’t seem too fresh. I’ve definitely had better.

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Siu-mai

The Siu-Mais were filled with lots of pork and topped with tobiko. Quite average as well.

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Egg Tarts

Lastly, for dessert, we got some egg tarts. They had the flaky tart but it was quite thick. I think I’ve had better egg tarts before too.

Overall, I wasn’t too impressed by Sun Sui Wah. It wasn’t bad, but it wasn’t anything amazing. Everything was quite typical. The bill ended up being around $16 per person with tons of leftovers, so I guess the prices are not bad.

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