Sun Sui Wah Seafood RestaurantCurrently Closed
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- Ticket Price: Free
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Sun Sui Wah Seafood Restaurant, Vancouver Reviews
Given that a single order of Alaskan King Crab costs >$500, I expected a once-in-a-lifetime religious experience. It was great but not transcendental. This type of delicacy can be had with the equally delicious dungeness crab at many Chinese restaurants at a quarter of the price. So, good to try for a special occasion, but at a steep price.
This branch of Sun Sui Wah was the first place I visited on my trip to Vancouver. I expected a normal Chinese restaurant dinner meal, but was totally caught off guard with the freshness of the ingredients and the overall harmony of the various dishes. The meal consisted of the a Pot of Fish Fillet in Spicy Chili Oil, Pea sprouts with mustard and garlic, and finally some sweet sauteed pork ribs. By far, I recommend the Chili Fish Pot the most; the dish offered a combination of various fresh veggies coupled with a nice fresh fish, I believe it was Salmon, and an amazing spice broth that I truly wish I had more time to enjoy. The ingredients had a natural flavor which contrasted against the best chili oil broth I have ever sampled. The fish was so tender, it was easy to break apart while stiring around the pot. I realized I would be blown away when the pea sprouts were delicious and flavorful enough to consume without any main side dishes. I definitely recommend visiting a Sun Sui Wah.
The food is good for northerner Chinese and non Chinese patrons. However, this is NOT the place to go for Cantonese dinner cuisine. The dinner menu does not offer that many options, and the food does not taste very Cantonese. I should have been tipped off by the Mandarin-speaking staff and patrons, as well as the inclusion of Kung Pao chicken instead of free range chicken (etc) in the menu. My dad is a Cantonese chef with decades of experience, so he knows what's up. Personally I think that for Cantonese favorites with an extensive dinner menu, I'd recommend going to Red Star seafood restaurant, and Prince Seafood restaurant for dim sum. You'll see a lot of people, especially seniors st those places, because they know what is good food! But nonetheless this is a very popular Chinese restaurant, with a more upscale atmosphere, and there are private rooms. On a weekday evening, it was getting packed as early as 6pm.
Not what it used to be. I remember lining up when it opening time but not so anymore. Food is decent. Service is attentive. Price is ok for what it is. Wouldn't mind coming back again
It is unusual for Chinese restaurants, but their food was not overly salty or oily, which I liked. The dessert was actually made instead of using some kind of mix. I think they did a good job in general but I wasn't flipping the bill so I don't know about the price for money. Anyhow, I am happy to visit again. Don't ask their kitchen to do things outside the norm though, they will disappoint you in that regard.