After drinks we headed a few doors up to Suzie Wong’s. They have a great menu selection with Korean, Thai, Chinese, Thai and a little bit of everything else you can think of.
Suzie Wong’s serves alcohol but you can also BYOB for a bottle/cork fee. The folks at Tieton Cider Works sent me a bunch of flavors now that they’ve expanded to Ohio (Columbus & Cleveland). We tried three of the flavors and the Cherry Cider was the favorite – it had bite but wasn’t too sweet.
We started with the Fire Cracker Crispy Calamari ($6.50). I had this the last time I was there and really like it. Definitely still my favorite calamari – it’s crispy and not rubbery. The Thai Pomegranate sauce had a little kick – which I loved. All in all – still great!
Larry isn’t very adventurous when it comes to Asian food so he stuck with Pineapple Chicken ($9.95) – which is served – in a pineapple!!! The chicken is crispy and it was sweet but not too overpowering. Good stuff!
Our friends tried a couple of things – first up was the Honey Garlic Chicken ($9.95). They were looking for items that were not spicy – which narrowed down the list a bit. I tried a bite though and loved it! Honey & Garlic – yum!
Based on my reco they also got the Malaysian Chicken in a Clay Pot ($13.95) – I remembered from trying this before how good it was. There’s chicken, red onion, peppers and broccoli swimming and bubbling in Malaysian yellow curry sauce. I don’t even like curry but this was tasty! I love friends that share! 🙂
All in all we had a great time. And our friends at Entertaining Views – well – they are a little shy – but we all had a very nice time at Suzie Wong’s and can’t wait to do it again!
Why Should You Go? It’s still good! I like the variety – they have everything from Tofu to Duck! The calamari is my favorite and you can’t go wrong with Bi Bim Bap – they both were drooling once they tried mine.