In honor of BK’s and my impending move to the neighborhood this weekend, I felt it was best to write about one of our favorite Asian restaurants that we will be soon be frequenting much more often. Suzie Wong’s, situated prominently on DeSales Corner (intersection of Madison Road and Woodburn Avenue), enjoys proximity to telltale landmarks as well as ample street and lot parking. Additionally, its red awning lends a hand to the ease in which it’s seen from an otherwise busy thoroughfare.
Our most recent tryst with this Asian fusion restaurant included Crab Rangoon and Suzie’s Potstickers to start, while BK got the Beef Bibimbap, I decided on Mongolian Chicken, and the others opted for Mongolian Beef and the Grilled Halibut Special. Suzie Wong’s Crab Rangoon garners a lot of accolades as some of the best in the area. Rightfully so, too, as they are amazing. They’re not greasy and serve as an outstanding precursor to the rest of the meal. Of the places I’ve been that serve Bibimbap (admittedly not many, but still a few), SW serves my favorite version. I crave it often. Everything else was great, too, and we even got to have BonBonerie Opera Cream Cake for dessert, which was great as expected.
It was all just as good as I remembered from our first trip to Suzie Wong’s nearly two years ago. Our dinnermates loved it, too. I am thrilled to be moving to the neighborhood this weekend and even more thrilled that we will have SW at our disposal.