Suika Seattle

Row 1

611 Pine St
Seattle, WA 98122
(206) 747-9595
$ $
Tue–Thu: 5:00 PM–10:30 PM Fri: 5:00 PM–Midnight Sat: Noon–Midnight Sun: 4:00 PM–10:30 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Japanese Izakaya at its finest. Amazing drinks, amazing food, and decore. Loved the tuna tataki, sashimi salad (the ponzu jelly!!!), ebi mayo, tori kaarage, and the pork belly bibimbap.
  • Great Japanese small plates, happy hour is solid too. small, so get a reservation or have plans to kill the wait time!
  • Lots of delicious dishes here: rainbow Uni shooter, tuna tataki, tako wasabi. And kakuni bibimbap is the best!
  • Best Izakaya! Try the Uni & Sakura shooter. #umamiheaven!
  • This is the best Izakaya in Seattle. It's rare to find this quality outside of Japan. Friendly staff + flavorful food! Something simple like Tomato Kimchi will blow your mind.
  • Go here. Try everything. Love it.
  • Kakuni bibimbap and ma po rice cake were excellent. Nice casual atmosphere. Hurry before the Cap Hill crowds find it!
  • WiFi password: 611suika
  • Dan Dan Ramen was good and recommend by the server. It's not like the Chinese equivalent. It's more like dan dan noodles and khao soi had a love child in Japan.
  • Kakune bibimbap, Hellz ramen
  • The Ten-Beno happy hour special is amazing! Sapporo, sake and three apps for $10!
  • Ramen was on the spicy side, delicious. Didn't like the desserts.
  • Bibimbop. This place is amazing and all the good is good but get the bibimbop. You won't regret it.
  • The ginger is cut really nicely. It's the little details that matter.
  • This isn't a ramen place but it has my favorite ramen of all time.
  • Everything
  • Solid choice for Japanese tapas but quality has seen to have gone down :( in any case, the battera is a pressed sushi nigiri dish with sauce and I would recommend that along with the cold ramen salad
  • Try the Spicy Tuna Tataki, it's out of this world.
  • Awesome space with the freshest most delicious food. Try the battera and the octopus kaarage.
  • Get the Mackerel sushi and the yuzu mojito!

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