Menlo Park location of the Chinese-American mini chain offers their specialty chicken salad and other Szechwan favorites to-go.. In Short Su Hong is a lovable anachronism, prized for its predictable food served in an unfussy dining room where no one worries about what to wear. The restaurant caters to both family dinners and casual business get-togethers, serving up a tame orange peel beef, cashew chicken chockablock with celery cubes, water chestnut nuggets and whole toasted cashews and pot stickers that are worth a long chopstick chase.
Okay food, not worth the price.
Su Hong's food is really not that great. This is one of those restaurants that really caters to westerners. The food is milder and not very adventurous at all. Also serving sizes are meager. There is better Chinese food in other parts of the Peninsula.