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Suju Japanese Restaurant

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Japanese Restaurant Suju specializes inauthentic home cooked Japanese-style dishes made with top grade ingredients.

Daily: 11:30 - 22:30

+65 67377764
$78 based on 34 submissions
Lunch (7 votes), Dinner (5 votes), Business Dining (3 votes)
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good healthy option

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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26 Sep 2014 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

good healthy option

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. 

11 Jul 2014 • 114 reviews • 1 follower

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

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

Enjoy :)
10 Feb 2013 • 17 reviews • 1 follower

Perfect Lunch Rendezvous

Suju is one of those havens which one escapes to, to get away from the hustle & bustle of Orchard road. Neither too big nor too small, you can choose to dine on the right of the restaurant (banquet-ish seats), the left (lovely floor to celing windows) or the bar where you can watch the chefs in action. Either way, the restaurant is simple and lovely, decked out in warm wood throughout. The service is decent. The star however is the food. Having been there at least 6 times now, Suju never disappoints. For lunch, it is really quite perfect. The place is never really crowded and the food in terms of quality, freshness and portion cannot be faulted. How anyone can feel cheated is a mystery to me. While not cheap ( a set lunch option costs approx $24-28 & will/ can come up to over $30 after taxes), you have to remember that Suju's forte is serving real Japanese cuisine in a fairly intimate setting. At Suju, food is plated properly (on Raku ware), the taste is authentic, and the rice is sublime - good rice, pearly, slightly sticky but not lumpy, wonderful fragrance, mildly translucent. AND you can ask for a second bowl at no charge! Obviously not everyone will agree that this is a fair price to pay but frankly, I'd rather this than pay less at some pseudo-Jap place and fool myself into thinking that I've eaten Japanese food.  

10 Oct 2012 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Stay Away

This place is horrible and the management overcharges and is dishonest. Food is terribly overpriced for what it is!
26 Jan 2012 • 155 reviews • 2 followers

Flamboyantly Simple

Having been to Ippudo once too many, I'm glad we stumbled upon this place. The dimly lit dining area was comfortable and exuded a Japanese charm with sake bottles lining the walls.

I placed an order for a simple marinated tuna don- the recommendation of the day.

It did not disappoint. Though the ingredients are simple, the execution was flawless. The tuna was incredibly fresh and cut thickly ( i also had salmon for some reason) and the marinated enoki mushrooms helped prevent the don from getting too boring. The marinade was light and complemented the diced wasabi which sent a kick up the nose everytime I bit into it. However, it was the rice that stole the show. The pearly grains were vinegared and had a silky, chewy texture. It was hearty and comforting. I loved it.

The accompanying miso was unlike the chain restaurants' version. Here, real homeground soybeans are used which results in a slightly saltier albeit tastier miso soup. Fried beancurd skin was put in there too along with the most translucent and thinly chopped spring onion.

My mom exclaimed the sushi roll to be wonderful too, I think it was the rice. It was magic.