Suzukin

9753 Kamagong St. cor. Sampaloc St., San Antonio Village, Makati, Metro Manila

Suzukin
3.8
4.0 Stars

26 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 6
  • 4 stars 11
  • 3 stars 7
  • 2 stars 2
  • 1 star 0
  • 30 Reviews
  • 47 Recommend
  • 26 Reviewers
Category:
Japanese
Phone
+6328967143

Payment Options

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Most Recent Reviews

Mulan V.
3.0 Stars

I thought it was OK.

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Preecess P.
5.0 Stars

Fine Japanese food at an affordable price.

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Jon E.
4.0 Stars

I liked it.

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Jon E.
4.0 Stars

I love it

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Arbie B.
4.0 Stars

The ever humble Japanese food house. For 160php this sushi boat is a steal. Pweds na, but dont expect too much.

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Nirvana Time E.
4.0 Stars

Super affordable authentic Japanese food. Loved their Chicken Teppanyaki. 128076

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Joanna C.
2.0 Stars

I disliked it.

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Och C.
4.0 Stars

It was raining saturday night, when i revisited this resto, i ordered katsudon and miso soup to warm the cool weather and it satisfied my hunger. This has always been one of my fave japanese resto in the city. It is authentic and at a reasonable price. Too bad ebi tempura was not available.

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Gracie T.
4.0 Stars

My childhood resto, still up & running! After eating here you'll know why it's still standing 9786

Orders:
4 Katsudon
1 Tonkatsu w/ Rice
1 Rice
1 Yakisoba
1 California Maki

Total: Php1200.00 128077128077

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Kwokie K.
5.0 Stars

I've been going to this place since I was a kid with my dad. Probably as early as my kinder days.

The pork teppanyaki is as good as I remember it since then. I'm not too sure actually if I like this place more for the nostalgia than the food but it does serve good food still. Cheap too!

Ebi tempura would go for Php200, kisu tempura at Php155. Somewhat off the beaten track but is still one of my favorites.

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Jade C.
2.0 Stars

Ordered Gyudon, tasted bland. Hardly had any meat. Miso soup was good though.

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Ria S.
4.0 Stars

9 out of 10 chopsticks

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Aldwin D.
4.0 Stars

Affordable japs. Try it when you are in the area

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Uael C.
5.0 Stars

Definitely 5-star! Taste is glorious! The sukiyaki is a lip-puckering delight, where every sip takes you closer to Japanese prefectures. Gyoza is not boring due to meaty bits inside. Salmon sashimi melts in your mouth. Tuna steak is pure comfort as it is infused with garlic and other savory stuff. All of these, is less than 1,500, good for three. Ambiance is similar to the real deal Okiyas. Ill be back soon! :)

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Ian C.
3.0 Stars

I thought it was OK.

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Ian C.
3.0 Stars

I thought it was OK.

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Arbie B.
4.0 Stars

Very affordable Japanese home style dining. This is my usual go-to Japanese food shop when I randomly crave for some.

Suzukin Lunch/Dinner Set. A little of almost everything. Comes with 2 pcs Ebi Tempura, a small slice of tuna steak, Chicken Furai, Egg-covered pork which I forgot what they call it, Dilis, sauteed bean sprouts, cabbage and a cup of Japanese rice and Miso soup. For PHP123, you get a happy tummy and a wallet not hurt-y. 128521

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Candice C.
4.0 Stars

food is good with the value built in. for less than P200 per head you get to sample a good chunk of japanese staples.

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Denis R.
4.0 Stars

Reminiscing at Suzukin! Pigging out at the same time. First came to Suzukin in the 80's, when Tokyo Tokyo was not even invented yet. Today I happen to take a client to view one of the properties I have in my list and going around I noticed I was in the area of the Suzukin I practically grew up with. I decided to renew my relationship with Suzukin and besides I was starving.

Stepping in the place I see the same chairs and tables, we used to sit on. The place has not changed much. One of the waitresses back in the 80s is still here. Unbelievable!

Going to the food, well I decided to order the dishes I uses to order. The set lunch is still the same, believe it or not, the price has not changed much from before. From about 75 to 80 pesos in the 80s to below 130 today isn't really much. Maybe I had it all wrong. That was over 30 years ago; my memory WILL NOT SERVE me right!

What is amazing here is the miso soup that has that tempura batter in it. We always say that its acquired taste. Its difficult to explain what goes around in every sip of that soup but yeah I find it good, in a nostalgic kind of way.

Prices here remain to be very affordable. Quality, well nothing much to expect for the price, its 2 thumbs up for me! Any time of the day!

I will leave this place today with all smile as it gives me those happy memories from decades of enjoying that weird miso soup!

Give this place a try when you're in the Kamagong area. Food is definitely satisfying.

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Al C.
3.0 Stars

Open since the 80s, the place has that old-fashioned karinderya look and feel, with those type of waitresses that would take your order while chewing a gum :)

Food is not bad, but not great either, but it stays true to its name and everything tastes japanese enough, menu guides you to their best items by having those trusty little legends next to it.

The price is just at the right spot, not too cheap not too pricey. Around P120-P180 for a dish that can serve 2. Really depends on your appetite on how much your bill will go.

All in all, sakto lang! Not really a "must-try"

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