Kid Review: Suvi Thai and Sushi Restaurant

August 23rd, 2009  |  by  |  Published in FunBlog, Reviews By Kids

If you want to get away from the South Beach crowd, then try Suvi Thai and Sushi Restaurant in Miami Springs.

My father loves spicy food, and he decided to try the Tum Yung Goong soup with medium spice. Even though he LOVES spicy food, it was still too spicy for him!!Even if you LOVE very spicy food, I would recommend trying the mild spice before trying the hot spice that this restaurant features.

My mom and I shared an order of spring rolls (four small pieces in an order), and I ate the pad thai (rice noodles) with shrimp and chicken. My mother got the ginger chicken with vegetables. My father enjoyed the Tom Yung Goong soup and the seafood Sunomono salad (with chunks of octopus–eeek!). My sister chose the shrimp fried rice and shared some of my pad thai. My mom and my sister said the Thai iced tea was creamy and not too sweet. And do not forget the best part: DESSERT!! We had the Thai donuts, and I hope all the other desserts were as yummy as it was.

My family sat on a raised platform with pillows (a cultural feature that some Thai restaurants provide), but there are also many booths and regular tables that you may choose instead. When I walked into the door, I was amazed at how clean and spacious the dining area was. The servers were extremely polite, and the chef even came out to greet us before we left!

The bathrooms are very well-kept, and prices are moderate. So go off the beaten path and check out Suvi at 5683 Nw 36th Street in Miami Springs, just behind Miami International Airport.

Don't forget to tell them you saw it on Miami Fun Guide!

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