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Sue and Hai in Yorktown--special Chinese New Year menu


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Sue and Hai in Yorktown--special Chinese New Year menu

Elisa Davis | Feb 9, 2003 04:22 PM

Sue and Hai is a family favorite for the Davises; the food is good to terrific, we love being able to have both Chinese and Japanese food in the same meal, and the people who own and work there are extraordinarily nice with great service.

We went there last Saturday hoping for a Chinese New Year celebration. While we weren't able to achieve our goal that day, they did give us a special menue for Chinese New Year that they'll be serving through March 25 (people had complained in prior years that they didn't have enough time to sample everything they wanted when the menu was limited to just the New Year's period). This menu is available by reservation only, with a minimum of 6 people in your group, and costs a flat $25.95 per person (an excellent value, IMO). Reservations and menu choices must be made at least a few days in advance to make sure they have all fresh ingredients on hand.

You can have them send you a copy of the menu via fax, their direct number is 914-962-7996 and the fax number is 914-962-7999.

The meal includes Chinese Cold Cut platter for appetizers (jelly fish, fragrant sliced beef, pickled Chinese gluten, Honey Smoked fish, and dried bean curd); soup (choice of seafood winter melon, seafood hot and sour, or seafood dry bamboo); main courses (12 are listed, although it seems each group can only choose 5)including Baked Big Crab w/ginger and scallion, fried saled and peppered shrimps in shell, fresh squid with sour cabage and black bean, crispy marinated get the idea; then either vegetarian new year noodles or pineapple egg fried rice. For dessert, there's an assorted fruits platter.

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