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Published July 20th 2014
Who is Susie Wong of Windsor?
Susie Wong, a new Asian fusion venue in Windsor, has opened recently to much acclaim.
Located virtually across the street from Windsor station on the Dandenong Road end of Chapel Street, the new venture is from owner Peter Capurso and Executive Chef Jerry Mai (ex Red Rice, Chi, Saigon Sally, Hanoi Hannah, and The National Hotel).
Susie Wong's in Windsor brings another great Asian fusion dining experience to Chapel St.
The restaurant offers an eclectic style of exposed brick and wooden details including cages hanging from the roof, and spacious. You'll also find helpful staff that don't come with any attitude.
The affordable menu nods to a number of Asian influences and because it's at the quieter end of Chapel it's easy to get in and out of without hassle.
You'll find great items such as kingfish tartare, finger lime and crispy betel leaf, or Chang Mai sausage and vegetables as well as ox tail dumplings and scallop dumplings with abalone and goji berries. Mains offer a choice of 7 Hills Goat Som Lar curry with apple eggplant and pumpkin shots as well as the Pho spice F1 flank with rolled pho noodles.
Have a sweet tooth? Why not end your meal with a durian tart and jasmine sorbet, or Kanom babin and coconut sorbet?