I was craving Japanese so we ended up checking out this restaurant near our place. The name reminded me of one of my favorite Japanese restaurants that I frequented when I was working in the Makati area, named Suzu Kin. I thought it might be a branch of some sort. I have to say that I liked their food, it was satisfying and had big portions. I especially loved their california maki and gyoza. Their shrimp tempura had way too much batter for my taste though, and the tonkatsu was dry. I would not be averse to going back there again (since it's so convenient location-wise for me) and check out the other items on their menu.
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