Songhe Tower is also a time-honored brand. "Red noodle soup" Their red noodle soup is pretty good. "Iced Mung Bean Soup" Their mung bean soup is good compared to Shanghai's, but it is still a bit worse than the local Suzhou. Not enough material. "Eel shredded topping" is not as good as my husband's stir-fry, and it's a bit rotten. "Beef fried dumplings" are not as delicious as the beef fried dumplings of Yixinzhai on Pingliang Road! Fungus oil: Their mushrooms are also relatively poor, not tasty!
We traveled to Suzhou to accompany the elderly on New Year's Day. On this day, we arrived at Shantang Street but didn't want to drizzle, and we were hungry and cold, so we chose the Songhe Tower at the entrance of the street. At that time, it was not the opening hours for dinner, the waiter greeted the guests into the shop and sat down, and gave the menu and said not to rush to order, saving us the trouble of being outside in the rain. The dishes are authentic Su-style dishes, which are more appetizing for the elderly.