Masuki in Binondo Serves Timeless Chinese Favorites
Updated as of January 10, 2020
Chinese cuisine has long been a favorite among locals and tourists alike and Binondo is chock-full of restaurants where you can sample delicious and mouthwatering eats. Masuki, located along Benavidez St., is no exception.
With at least 90 years in service, Masuki has become a favorite among foodies. It’s one of the best places to sample timeless Chinese food such as noodles and dimsum.
Left to right: Asado Siopao (Php 60/regular; Php 95/special) and Bola-Bola Siopao (Php 65)
What else is there to get in this “legendary” mami house but their signature Original Mami (Php 150/regular; Php 160/special). The mami comes with the restaurant’s Masuki Sauce (their secret sauce) so don’t forget to dip your noodles into them for added flavor!
Original Mami (Php 150/regular; Php 160/special)
If you want a bit more meat with your noodles, consider trying the Beef Wonton Chicken Asado (Php 260/regular; Php 275/special). Like with most of their dishes, this can be enjoyed as is but if you want to have some extra flavor, just dip your noodles in their special Masuki sauce!
Beef Wonton Chicken Asado (Php 260/regular; Php 275/special)
It’s also important to note that Masuki can get packed so it’s best to come as early as you can to make sure that you won’t have to wait long!
Get your fix of timeless Chinese favorites at Binondo’s Masuki. It will surely be worth the trip!
How to get here
- Masuki is located along Benavidez St., in Binondo, Manila.
- By car: From Magallanes (Makati City), take Taft to Ermita then follow along to Quentin Paredes Rd., then take Ongpin St., to Salazar St., then finally, Benavidez St., The restaurant is located near FullScale Reptiles and Exotics, Polland Hopia and Bakery, and Wan Chai.
A version of this appeared in Philippine Primer’s Japanese and English magazine’s January 2020 issues.