Sun Sui Wah Seafood RestaurantCurrently Closed
- Timings: 10:00 am - 03:00 pm Details
- Ticket Price: Free
Sun Sui Wah Seafood Restaurant - Review
No place is more fun and relaxing than Sun Sui Wah Seafood Restaurant in the beautiful city of Vancouver. TripHobo will give you all the information needed to plan your outing here.
But first understand how to reach Sun Sui Wah Seafood Restaurant. You can do so by checking the nearest railway and bus stations near the place.
Sun Sui Wah Seafood Restaurant Information
Before you leave for the Sun Sui Wah Seafood Restaurant, Vancouver make sure you have all the things sorted out. Browse through the gallery of images, take note of the timings, tickets required, also check the location on the map provided above. You are also informed about the approximate time required to explore the Sun Sui Wah Seafood Restaurant so you can decide the schedule for the day. Need to know more? You can call on the number given on this page.
If you have been to Sun Sui Wah Seafood Restaurant before and think that some information is missing, you can contribute to the page and make it better for the future users.
With plenty of places to visit in the Vancouver, make sure you grab a bite at the nearby restaurants serving delicious desserts, coffees or some special delicacies of the Canada. And if want to treat yourself to a special experience, you can also try some international cuisines!
If you are the sort who plans down to the last detail, you will get all the required information right here. All the important sights like the nearest banks and ATMs, internet cafes, pharmacies and the local tourist information centre are available here. When it comes to transportation, gas stations and parking spots are at your disposal. Also listed are the public transport options like bus stations and railway stations near Sun Sui Wah Seafood Restaurant.
Accommodation Near Sun Sui Wah Seafood Restaurant
Want to stay close-by? You can always book an accommodation near Sun Sui Wah Seafood Restaurant, Vancouver from TripHobo. Select from Airbnb’s, budget/luxury hotels suitable for families, or a hostel if you are a backpacker. We also have a number of other websites that you can choose from. You can compare rates of different accommodations, so you get the best deal to control the cost of your trip. Before booking check their rating so you know you have selected the best option. You can also search by hotel name if you have already decided on the accommodation. To make your day hassle free book a tour for Sun Sui Wah Seafood Restaurant online.
When you create your itinerary with the help of Vancouver itinerary planner you will get to know the modes of transport you can use to reach your destination from the hotel you have selected or from other place of interest.
You can also browse through Vancouver trip plans created by TripHobo experts or its users to get an idea of the kind of vacation you should plan for.
If you have been to Sun Sui Wah Seafood Restaurant, feel free to contribute to the above with respect to images, address, contact number and ticket prices, to help your fellow travellers.
Sun Sui Wah Seafood Restaurant Map
Sun Sui Wah Seafood Restaurant Trips
Sun Sui Wah Seafood Restaurant, Vancouver Reviews
Best dim sum in the region. Parking situation can be a little bit tricky but with some patience, you should have no problem getting a spot. The service is quick and fine. The price is more than reasonable for the quality of the food. A must-visit if you are in Richmond or Vancouver.
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.
Their hostess is an embarrassment - don't risk taking guests here. My husband made a reservation. When we arrived, the hostess said there was no reservation and he must have called the Vancouver location. When he asked if he could check the list, she hid it (!) and turned to the next customer. His phone history said he had called Richmond location so while she was away, he checked the list - and his name was clearly there. When she returned, he pointed out his name, and she began to argue that in fact it was a completely different name, until the manager standing beside her told her that in fact yes, we were reading our own name correctly. When it came time for our table, three times she yelled the wrong name at us - the name we had JUST corrected her on. When we asked "us?" she just smirked. It was the most childish passive-aggressiveness I've seen in ages. Anyhow, the service past the hostess is okay - the usual for Cantonese restaurants. The food is very good though and I recommend the dim sum.
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.
Atrocious service! Not only were the servers sullen and resentful, when they brought out our food, they dropped a few pieces off of the plates onto the table, after which they simply tossed it back into the plate without even asking. We left a poor tip, reflecting the service (10%) and the waiter had the gall to demand more. Seriously! He actually came right out and said that 10% was not enough and that we had to pay him more!!!! To add insult to injury, we realized after that he had added $1.60 to each person’s bill when we paid separately, so we tipped 10% on top of an extra charge...