Suhang Restaurant: Dim Sum + Dumpling Trail

Diana Chan October 31, 2016 Kid Friendly, lunch, Richmond, Shanghai, Three Beakers


Suhang Restaurant is a Shanghainese restaurant located in Richmond on Ackroyd Road.

We were invited by Tourism Richmond to experience the Dumpling Trail. Suhang is one of the restaurants featured in the trail for their diverse selection of dumplings from crispy to chewy to all types of textures.



We came here on a weekend around noon and it wasn’t busy at all. We did have reservations just in case it was busy.



Xiao Long Bao had a nice thin skin, so we were afraid to accidentally break them. All that precious soup inside shouldn’t be wasted. The meat filling inside was delicious.


Potstickers had a bit of the thick skin to them compared to some other restaurants. Nonetheless, the meat filling makes up for it.


Pan Fried Dumplings  had a nice golden brown colour on the bottom. The bun was fluffy and the filling was delicious just like the others.

Other Dishes


Dan Dan Noodles were pretty bad and the worst dish of the meal. It was like eating peanut butter with noodles.


Hot and Sour Soup was delicious. Always a delight having hot and sour soup.


Stir-fried Rice Cakes has a chewy texture to them, but it was good to have rice cakes instead of noodles.

Final Thoughts


Overall, the dumplings were delicious here but a few dishes were a miss especially the dan dan noodles.

We Rate Suhang Restaurant3rated

100-8291 Ackroyd Road, Richmond


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About The Author

Diana started Foodology in 2010 because she just eats out everyday! She started a food blog to share her love of food with the world! She lives in Vancouver, BC and adores the diversity of food around her. She will go crazy for churros and lattes.

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