1/2 Off Dumplings & Sushi at Susanna Foo

Posted on Friday, June 12, 2009


Happy Hour: 1/2 Off Sushi & Dumplings & BYOB Sundays at Susanna Foo

If you’re looking for affordable, local organic, healthy Asian cuisine, look no further than Susanna Foo Gourmet Kitchen in Radnor, where Susanna Foo is putting her heart and soul into every dish…

Happy Hour: 1/2 Off Dumplings, Sushi & Sake Starting at $3

Monday through Friday from 5:00 – 7:00 pm Susanna Foo Gourmet Kitchen offers 1/2 off!

Monday & Wednesday: Sushi & sake starting at $3
Tuesday & Thursday: Dumplings starting at $3
Friday: 1/2 off sushi & dumplings!

Happy Hour drink specials include $3 bottles of beer, $5 glasses of wine and $6 cocktails.


Sunday is BYOB & 1/2 Off Dumplings

Each Sunday Susanna Foo Gourmet Kitchen is BYOB with no corkage fee.

In addition, all dumplings are *1/2 off.

Susanna Foo’s a la carte dinner menu features handcrafted dumplings, special sushi and creative Asian and Chinese

*Offer available with the purchase of an entree.


Al Fresco Dining

With the beautiful spring weather upon us, Susanna Foo Gourmet Kitchen features two beautiful garden courtyards for al fresco dining.

Kick back, enjoy the fine weather and the affordable creative Asian cuisine at Susanna Foo Gourmet Kitchen.

555 East Lancaster Ave. * Radnor, PA * 19087 * 610.688.8808

About Susanna Foo Gourmet Kitchen____________________________

The setting at Susanna Foo Gourmet Kitchen is chic. But, the cost is affordable. Susanna offers a wide selection of dumplings, sushi, small dishes and sophisticated entrees with a focus on fresh
and healthy dishes. Farm fresh produce is personally selected by Susanna from the market everyday.

Susanna’s blend of fresh, seasonal ingredients, classical culinary techniques and Chinese cuisine quickly captured the attention of the culinary world. In 1988, Esquire magazine named Susanna Foo Chinese Cuisine one of the country’s best new restaurants; in 1989, Food & Wine named her one of America’s 10 Best New Chefs. In 1995, she authored her first cookbook, Susanna Foo Chinese Cuisine, which received the James Beard Foundation’s International Cookbook Award in 1996, and was followed in 1997 by her second James Beard Award for Best Chef, Mid-Atlantic Region.