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November 28, 2003
The Vancouver location on Main St. is equally fabulous.
From journal Vancouver with a Family
December 26, 2000
Everything served at Sun Sui Wah is just perfectly spiced. Normally, my friends and I would have to prepare our own sauce consisting of soy, red vinegar, and hot pepper before the dim sum experience would be pleasant. But the folks at Sun Sui Wah refuses to set out soy sauce, although they would grudgingly bring out vinegar. But the first taste of the restaurant’s ha gao, the quintessential shrimp dumpling and the standard bearer of dim sum restaurants, and you immediately understand why. The sweetness of absolutely fresh shrimp, the gentle crunchiness of bamboo shoots, combined with delicate spices added just the perfect touch. And every single dish we ordered was just one culinary experience after another. The experience is topped with another fail-safe crowd pleaser. No matter how many dishes my friends and I order, the bill never came up to more than $12 per person, including tips. Most times, we manage to do it for $10.
From journal Hong Kong in America