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Suju Japanese Restaurant

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Address: #04-05/06/07, Mandarin Gallery, 333A Orchard Road, 238897
Japanese Restaurant Suju specializes inauthentic home cooked Japanese-style dishes made with top grade ingredients.

Daily: 11:30 - 22:30

+65 67377764
$79 based on 35 submissions
Lunch (8 votes), Dinner (5 votes), Business Dining (4 votes)

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Homely Japanese Meal At A Premium

http://www.nahmj.com/2016/01/30/suju-japanese-restaurant-mandarin-gallery-orchard-singapore/

Strangely, Suju Japanese Restaurant seems to be neglected by most foodies (both bloggers and non-bloggers). Even my friend, one of the diners at our dinner date have visited the rest of the restaurants at Mandarin Gallery except Suju.


We started off with Sashimi Specialty of The Chef (Assorted Sashimi), priced at $36 per person. We ordered for 2 pax hence the plate of sashimi resulted in a damage of $72. We understood why it is so expensive the moment it landed in our mouth. We savour the sweetness and freshness of the sea with each piece of the sashimi.

The Nasu Dengaku, a cold appetiser, was the next served to our table. Deep fried eggplant with Suju Miso top with sauce was a simple but pleasant dish. One could savour the natural sweetness of the eggplant and the miso sauce added tincture of savoury in it. Somehow, like a salad.

Very quickly, all our Mains were served at the same time. First we have the Tori Momo Kurozu Itame. I enjoyed this dish more than the beef we ordered. Since it was sourish, it whetted the appetite.

Beef Cheek Miso was stewed and simmered in red wine and the meat absorbed the red wine fragrance completely. It was tender and melt in the mouth. The 3 diners at Suju enjoys rich food but most of us still feel that this was a little too rich for our preferences.

Shake Chazuke and Mentaiko Chazuke were comforting. We like it. Rice in soup, who could resist such a homely dish?

Before the end of the meal, we ordered 2 out of the 3 desserts.

Catarana is an Iced pudding in roasted green tea flavour. Among the 2, this is a hit with me. Slightly sweetish with tea fragrance. This is what I enjoyed.

Annin Tofu is Suju Style almond pudding which has the typical Chinese Almond Jelly taste with a texture akin to the traditional tofu and a creaminess in it too. I am never a fan of the Chinese Almond Jelly so this isn’t my kind of dessert. But my other diner enjoyed this tremendously.

Suju Japanese Restaurant has a homely Japanese ambience. Not noisy even the section we sat were at 80% capacity.
All the 3 diners at the dinner agreed that the best part of the meal was the Assorted Sashimi. With no doubt, I would highly recommend the Sashimi Specialty of The Chef to diners who is willing to bear the high premium. Next the Chazuke and Tori Momo Kurozu Itame. End the meal with Catarana.

More review on http://www.nahmj.com

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• 03 Feb 2016 • 22 reviews • 0 follower

Homely Japanese Meal At A Premium

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http://www.nahmj.com/2016/01/30/suju-japanese-restaurant-mandarin-gallery-orchard-singapore/

Strangely, Suju Japanese Restaurant seems to be neglected by most foodies (both bloggers and non-bloggers). Even my friend, one of the diners at our dinner date have visited the rest of the restaurants at Mandarin Gallery except Suju.


We started off with Sashimi Specialty of The Chef (Assorted Sashimi), priced at $36 per person. We ordered for 2 pax hence the plate of sashimi resulted in a damage of $72. We understood why it is so expensive the moment it landed in our mouth. We savour the sweetness and freshness of the sea with each piece of the sashimi.

The Nasu Dengaku, a cold appetiser, was the next served to our table. Deep fried eggplant with Suju Miso top with sauce was a simple but pleasant dish. One could savour the natural sweetness of the eggplant and the miso sauce added tincture of savoury in it. Somehow, like a salad.

Very quickly, all our Mains were served at the same time. First we have the Tori Momo Kurozu Itame. I enjoyed this dish more than the beef we ordered. Since it was sourish, it whetted the appetite.

Beef Cheek Miso was stewed and simmered in red wine and the meat absorbed the red wine fragrance completely. It was tender and melt in the mouth. The 3 diners at Suju enjoys rich food but most of us still feel that this was a little too rich for our preferences.

Shake Chazuke and Mentaiko Chazuke were comforting. We like it. Rice in soup, who could resist such a homely dish?

Before the end of the meal, we ordered 2 out of the 3 desserts.

Catarana is an Iced pudding in roasted green tea flavour. Among the 2, this is a hit with me. Slightly sweetish with tea fragrance. This is what I enjoyed.

Annin Tofu is Suju Style almond pudding which has the typical Chinese Almond Jelly taste with a texture akin to the traditional tofu and a creaminess in it too. I am never a fan of the Chinese Almond Jelly so this isn’t my kind of dessert. But my other diner enjoyed this tremendously.

Suju Japanese Restaurant has a homely Japanese ambience. Not noisy even the section we sat were at 80% capacity.
All the 3 diners at the dinner agreed that the best part of the meal was the Assorted Sashimi. With no doubt, I would highly recommend the Sashimi Specialty of The Chef to diners who is willing to bear the high premium. Next the Chazuke and Tori Momo Kurozu Itame. End the meal with Catarana.

More review on http://www.nahmj.com
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• 26 Sep 2014 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

good healthy option

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A freind recommended me to this place. Grill salmon set for $$22 is great way to have a healthy and yet delicious lunch. The place is also very good for kids, might want to ask them to take the salt down a notch, if you are ordering for your young one. My friend ordered the wagyu misoyaki, after trying a small portion I decided that i will order it on  my next visit. Although they don't have that many service staff they do a good job attending to the cutomers. 

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• 11 Jul 2014 • 126 reviews • 3 followers

My go-to Japanese restaurant for authentic, comfort food!

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For a full run-down of my dining experience, please visit:
http://foodiepink.com/2014/06/01/suju-japanese-restaurant-mandarin-gallery/

Enjoy :)
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