|Sashimi "Shake" Salad $7.80|
LULU: Contrary to Amy, salads are always my favourite. This sashimi salad, which was highly spoken of by friends, did not disappoint at all! It was probably my favourite dish of the night because of the freshness.
|Torotoro Cha-Shu $8.80|
LULU: Although I agree with Amy on a lot of things, the cha-su was my least favorite. I do not like fatty meats and therefore to me, it tasted like nothing but a blob of oil. But based on the texture, I can understand why fatty meat fans would appreciate it. After a small bite, I decided I would just stick to my refreshing salad and get rid of the oily feel in my mouth.
|Agedashi Ebiten Tofu $6.40|
|Kakuni Bibimbap $8.80|
AMY: The quality of the kakuni bibimbap seems to be quite inconsistent. I remember the first time I had this dish, it took me to food heaven. This time, it simply conjured a simple "mmm" and was promptly pushed to the boundaries of my plate to make room for the other dishes.
|Chicken Karaage $7.80|
|Hellz Chicken $8.80|
|Suika Shirley Temple $4 & Suika Soda $7|
AMY: My Suika Shirley Temple brought a nice twist to a traditional shirley temple by using fresh watermelon juice. True to the restaurant name Suika, this drink delivers a cooling splash of watermelon flavour guaranteed to quench your thirst, especially after a mouthful of Hellz Chicken.
LULU: Thirst quenching, indeed! I never thought watermelon and alcohol would go so well together.
AMY: Overall, a gathering at Suika is never disappointing. It has an upbeat, vibrant environment that will leave a lasting impression on your mind and a fun menu to leave a tasty impression on your tongue!
LULU: Oh, and when you're here don't forget to check out their washroom. On top of the appealing decor, they thoughtfully set up a basket by the sink counters with tissue, toothpicks, and even mouth wash with mini paper cups. It's these little things that really leave a good impression!
1626 W Broadway
1626 W Broadway