Sweet Station | Chinatown | Asian, Chinese | Restaurant
Pan-Asian restaurant with an extensive menu, reasonable prices, and late-night hours.

Our Review

Let's avoid any potential confusion: there's nothing sugary about most of the offerings at Sweet Station, though there is a sweet big-ass menu. (It's believed by some that every time you try a new food, you're entitled to a wish; at Sweet Station, you'll probably run out of wishes before you run out of new foods to wish upon.) Eighteen hours a day, every day of the week, the Sweet Station food assembly line slams out selections from a dense bill of fare that lists several hundred items ranging from pan-Asian to Hawaiian and Portuguese. We started with abrus herb and pork tongue, a flavorful broth studded with toothsome chunks of lingual tissue. Portuguese chicken is a baked casserole of creamy fowl on a bed of spaghetti, tasty if nonassertive. The squid balls were terrific, a kind of crispy seafood sausage, and the congee with ginkgo nuts and lily bulbs was a very light gruel that would make an excellent hangover breakfast. With its mammoth menu and reasonable prices, this is the kind of place that invites adventurous eating.

David Hammond

Features: , , , , , , , , ,

Price: $
Payment Type: MasterCard, Visa



Subscribe to this thread:

Add a review

Roll over stars and click to rate.



Become a Friend