Su's is... an interesting place. On one hand, I have no idea what the hell I'm doing when I'm putting a plate of Mongolian BBQ together. On the other hand, it always tastes amazing, so who am I and my pride as a cook to complain? My inner Asian seems to really roar here. make sure to grab two bowls on your first trip, because otherwise you won't have enough room for the noodles/veg/meats that you order and your bowl will be sad. Their selection is pretty standard; chicken, beef, lamb, pork, but it doesn't really matter because all the meats end up blending together in a delicious (spicy, if you're doing it right) sauce. They have a pretty limited selection of veggies, but all I really go for are noodles, onions, and a dash mushrooms and carrots most of the time because I'm all about the MEAT. Do note that if you're behind someone who is loading a ton of spices onto their bowl, the residual spiciness from the previous order WILL get into your food. My part-Irish coworker had the misfortune of going after me and got an uncomfortable blast of spice all over her dish. Whoops. Ambiance is pretty ghet -- ahem, "no frills." Price for lunch is pretty reasonable, usually hovering ~$15, and includes a variety of pre-made hot dishes like soy-sauce pork, crispy starch things, and the most-amazing-soft-serve-in-the-world. Also, a comically out-of-place stein of ice water. Overall, one of my favorite lunch spots -- although I usually go at 1 to dodge the line (obviously). --- sweet: MEAT OVERLOAD! nom nom nom. tasty sauces, though each sauces' effect is inexplicable to me. bitter: drinks really ramp up the price; restaurant is kinda dirty-ish.
Mike P. on Sep 14, 2015