We found Sua San to be a nice casual dining place to have simple, healthful fare in the evening. This small cafe stood about a 3-minute walk from our hotel and met our need one night fo avoid a heavy dinner at 9:45 p.m. The small menu features salads, sandwiches, soups, grains and other simple offerings.
I opted for an avocado salad, which arrived filled with fresh ingredients, including pine nuts that added a crunchiness to the texture. My husband chose a grilled chicken sandwich, with a thin bread made in-house. The bread tasted like cardboard, which was a drawback to his meal.
Our friendly waiter spoke English and was attentive throughout our stay. Only two other tables had customers, but a few groups were turned away in a pleasant manner after 10 p.m. when the cafe had stopped serving. We considered the prices here to be reasonable. Our bill, which included a glass of wine and a cup of green tea, came to 15.80 E (about $20 U.S.).
Sua San also serves breakfast and lunch. It is located across the street from the Guggenheim Museum.