Masuki

Sunday, October 12, 2014

I have first heard about Masuki from a colleague who was raving about it one day at work. So JC and I decided to try it one time when I was seriously craving for some Chinese food. We went to their branch in SM Megamall.

Masuki's menu is very typical Chinese. I remembered going to an authentic Chinese noodle house when I was in Hong Kong and their menu is just of noodles and dim sum. And that's exactly how Masuki's menu is. 

I tried their Original Mami which costs Php.120. It was tasty but there was nothing really special about it. I also tried their pork siomai (no photo, sorry) which costs Php.35 per piece (they're huge!) and it was yummy. JC tried their siopao (no photo too), and he said it was alright. Nothing extraordinary. 

Overall, I found it okay. Their service was super quick. Well, it had to be, considering they have only a few items on the menu. I reckon they don't really need much time to prepare the food. The prices were affordable. I would recommend this if you're craving for quick fix of Chinese food but don't expect much because like I said, they only have noodles and dim sum on their menu. If you want more variety, I would recommend the other Chinese restos that I've dined in. You can check them out here. If you want to try Masuki, you can go to any of their four branches in the following locations: SM Megamall, SM Mall of Asia, Greenhills, and Binondo. Click here for their complete menu and for more information.
4 comments : :
  1. For me mahal ng 120 for ramen. hehe. but it looks good perfect for the rainy weather.

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    1. It was delish naman! :)

      Thanks for dropping by, Steph. <3

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  2. 35 pesos per piece of siomai ? Well not bad haha you said its Huge naman than the usual size ! Great post Ate Eva ! Followed you on GFC ! Hoping for your Followback <3 :*

    xo
    Molly
    http://www.corinnemolly.blogspot.com

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    1. Yes, it is actually huge. It is like the size of 3 regular siomai put together. Haha!

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