The food is authentic suzhou food but we found it quite oily. The setting is ancient style which was nice. Waitresses were attentive. Overall, found it quite over-rated.
Had a bit of trouble finding the Resturant as it is in a alley off the main drag, and there is no signage. We actually thought we were in the wrong the place. -BTW the alley is directly opposite the empty lot, with a white wall so sorrounding it, used as a parking lot by buses and drivers But once... More
We found this place easily, but then I wasn't sure we had found the right place, but yes, that restaurant in the small alley is the right restaurant. The food was excellent. We got there early and were easily able to get a table. The menu had photos making the ordering very easy. We had crystal duck livers, sweet and... More
This hard-to-find Restaurant has a very good reputation for its traditional Suzhou dishes. Squirrel Fish and other favorites are more or less on par with, but not as pricey, as what one finds in, for example, the famous Songhelou Restaurant. Service, decor and ambience are also quite good.
This place is a few hundred meters down a dim alley off the main street, but it's not dangerous. You will walk past some small one-room flats at street level. It is worth the walk to get to this restaurant! There were a few foreigners in there, but it was mostly locals. There are several dining rooms, so it's larger... More
In a charming old part of Suzhou you find this very authentic restaurant tugged in the old small buildings. You can choose to sit in the front where it like a "soup-kitchen" - but very charming/authentic. Or if you are a bigger group there are several private rooms. The food is Suzhou kitchen - Jiangsu kitchen. Good menu card with... More
We were invited to this restaurant by a Shanghai family who eats only here when they visit Suzhou. It was easily the most foreign experience with respect to food we had in China. The food consists of the local Suzhou specialties most of which I never encountered in other restaurants. I can't imagine many westerners wander in here on the... More
We were recommended this local eateries by our guide at H.A. garden. About 200 m across the car park after you exit H.A. Garden. It offers local Suzhou cuisine that was quite clean and nice. The place is not big, but not too crowded too. The decor. was traditional and most service staff speak Mandarin only. Spend less than RMB... More
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