If you personally know Isaac, you would know how picky an eater he was given his culinary background and the variety of high quality delicacies he has eaten in his line of work. So when Isaac kept raving about a Chinese noodle place, I just knew I had to try it. It was only after a year of his insistence that I was able to try Masuki Mami House.

We dined at Masuki’s original branch at Binondo. The place looked like the family restaurants in China where I dined back when I was in China for a study tour.

We ordered the special original mami (P130). It did not disappoint. According to Isaac, their noodles are homemade and that the meat they serve is so delicious that he cannot comprehend it.

The soup was very flavorful, especially after adding their special sauce. I could help but ask for more soup!

The service was superb. However, what Isaac and I really liked about the restaurant is their value for money. You can ask for extra spring onions, special sauce and master stock (soup), free of charge! I really loved their generosity.

Dining at Masuki has reminded me of my stay in China, not only because of the food, but also because of the ambiance and the way that they value customer satisfaction.

Masuki is located at 931 Benavidez Street, Binondo, Manila. We have tried their other branches but Isaac and I both agree that the Binondo branch is the best.