About this Business
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM, 5:00 PM - 10:00 PM
5:00 PM - 10:00 PM
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM, 5:00 PM - 11:00 PM
This was our first time visiting this place. We had a fantastic time. The food portions was great and it was all delicious. We loved the performance. Only thing we would recommend is more of the performance throughout the brunch time just because it was fantastic.
Best thing I've ever experienced!!!!!!
This place was really good! We went with our two kids and everyone liked what they got. Service was great--we were there really early, but still, everything came out quickly (but not rushed), server was helpful and really nice. We would for sure recommend and we will be back!
The pineapple shrimp curry is tasty.
We also like the Asian nachos.
I was excited to try this place. But.. was quickly disappointed. Food was dry. Everything was to heavily sauced. Wedge salad had way too much dressing on it. Saracha fries were bone dry with no flavor. Crab Wontons were okay over cooked in the deep frier. I am not trying to be very picky or complain this is just feedback of my experience and opinion. Inside seemed like it could be cleaned a lot better. The waiter was not attentive about keeping the table wiped and cleaned. Might try brunch one day.
So fun! Great service, food and so affordable! Loved it!
Bring earplugs for the Sunday drag brunch Great entertainment but sometimes the volume is a bit too loud It's only turned louder during the performance bits so its not the whole time thankfully
From Our Editors
Head chef and owner Arnold Myint applies his culinary aptitude at Suzy Wong's House of Yum by crafting flavorful Asian appetizers and bowls designed for sharing. As groups swap bites of pineapple red curry shrimp or wonton nachos in a 1,100-square-foot dining room, a stretched canvas emblazoned with a colorful dragon hovers overhead, much like a knight-in-training's to-slay list. Exposed brick walls provide a backdrop for plush candlelit benches and tables, which can be crowded with wine, sake, and specialty cocktails as diners participate in weekly karaoke nights. Two patios provide even more space for cavorting, the lower tier stretches across 300 square feet, and the upper level commands 840 square feet of floor space.
Suzy Wong's House of Yum