Suika

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Suika is Kingyo Izakaya’s sister restaurant.

Their dishes are very special and the price range are fairly high.

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I like the style. Especially the lamp.

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We ordered tow Cocktail but I forgot the name><Sorry.

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Asparagus chawan-mushi (Steamed Egg with Asparagus)

Not bad but not as good as Aki’s. 

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Salmon Sashimi

Fresh.

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Deluxe “Suika” Box

You can try nine kinds of appetizers in one time.

Very beautiful and nice.

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Tako Karaage (Deep Fried Octopus) 

Bouncy. Good to eat with beer~

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Agedashi Ebiten Tofu (Deep Fried Tofu with Small Shrimps)

Not bad.

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Tonsoku (Deep Fried Pork Hock)

Smells really nice!!! And Super oily!

Delicious!!!

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Lightly smoked tuna tataki

Good.

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Torotoro Cha-shu (Pork Belly)

It says their torotoro cha shu can melt in your mouth, which is…very true.

Good but oily….

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Asian kakiage (Deep Fried Vegetables and Seafood Pancake)

Good to eat with beer.

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AAA Beef Filet Steak

Yummy.

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Beef Tendon Kimchi sukiyaki

Not bad but a bit too rich.

Asari Yaki Udon (Fried Udon with Clams and Yuzu)

Creative and nice!

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Almond Tofu Special

The surface is plum jelly which matches perfectly with the almond tofu underneath.

We both love it! Very refreshing.

Unfortunately the flavors of the jelly changes everyday.

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Frozen grapes with the bill.

 

Lots of deep fried and rich dishes for beer. Not bad.

 

Suika

(604) 730-1678

1626 W Broadway, Vancouver, BC

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