Kamsukkee Restaurant is an unfamiliar name but with a familiar taste of Chinese goodness that is almost too difficult to match. Strategically situated at the heart of the city, Kamsukkee Restaurant is still the place where your feet shall take you to elicit the excitement of a diner, whatever your age.
Kamsukkee Restaurant Menu
When we visited, the new menu is still in process. We will be returning for sure and will update this part. But they still serve the usual and Ilonggo favorites – siopao, meatballs, machang, toasted bihon, and almost every meal we all grow up to.
What We Had
We still go to our usual favorites. We had chiasoo, yang chow rice, meatballs, machang.
How to Get There
Kamsukkee has not left its spot. It is still located along J.M. Basa Street, a few stores away from Jade Bookstore. It is still across Elsan’s and Sam’s.
The following are the jeepneys you can ride to get to the place:
The new place of Kamsukkee is more vibrant, well-lighted, and cozier. The interiors have leveled up. The flooring is new, the walls are new, the decors are delicate, and the tables and the chairs are arranged more strategically for solo, couples, small groups, and large groups. As a whole, the place’s aesthetic is giving a Chinese restaurant vibe.