The chef is well trained in China, so the dishes you order from the menu are really up to the standards. My favorite is the fish filet in black pepper sauce
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We had heard good things about this restaurant so gave it a try today for lunch. Walking in we said, "This could be in Beijing." Our hopes were high. But the noodle soup that my wife ordered and the chicken with sichuan pepper I chose...More
My wife and I eat here regularly, never had a bad meal. Very authentic and quite affordable. Recommend the sautéed chicken (with 🌶 🌶 🌶), and the garlic eggplant.
We had an after work dinner for 8 of us and I was invited to the Shu. Not the easiest place to find, but it was a good time. I enjoyed the beef tendon appetizer and the fish plate we ordered. Since I didn't pay,...More
This may be my wife's favorite restaurant. They are always so friendly and willing to explain dishes we have never tried. Highly recommend
We have been to Shu twice based on good reviews. The first visit was ok but the dining room is very noisy. The second time the food was cold and the service was very poor. We had to continually ask for water and when we...More
The restaurant in a shopping strip center serves wonderful, reasonably priced Chinese food. The service is very good. The servers are helpful in explaining the menu.
Yes if you like Chinese food I would recommend this restaurant. However choose carefully. The hot and spicy dishes of northern china are very good. Spicy cured beef, Wong ton in chilli oil are very good. The usual dishes of chow mien and boiled rice...More
This is a gem of a place, beautifully-appointed inside and with a large menu of Chinese food (largely Sichuan, I believe). I have not seen a variety like this since I last visited Chinatown in NYC. The food was so flavorful that I wondered what...More