The fare is much better than it sounds at this tofu-laden spot, significantly renovated after previous tenant China Pagoda moved out. Even though we’re quite carnivorous, we loved the earthy black moss fungus soup, fried seaweed roll appetizer, braised gluten with zucchini, and soybean nuggets Szechuan style.
Christmas Eve, New Year's, Valentine's Day...My husband and I invariably find ourselves making the trek into Center City for Su Xing. For a pair of vegetarians, it just can't be beat. Try the sweet, crispy and scrumptious Sesame Seitan. (We even fooled my 8 year old niece into believing she was eating crispy fried chicken.) Or my favorite, the Vegetable Chow Fun--the noodles are pillowy soft and the addition of smoky imitation pork really makes the dish. The dining room decor is pretty typical of a Chinese restaurant, but nicer, cleaner and cozier than many. You'll also get attentive, professional service. Posted by Erica: Feb. February 13th, 2009 at 5:14 PM