Zuma is one of Hong Kong’s most popular spots for Japanese dining and is set in a trendy, chic and spacious environment……
Setting up residence in HK’s new trendy waterfront location, The Pulse in Repulse Bay, is Shoku, a Japanese bar and grill serving up some of the city’s freshest seafood.
Yakakiya, TST’s new trendy yakitori spot, boasts a mouthwatering, modern yakitori menu paired with sleek design and friendly service.
Shimo is the ideal spot if you are craving high quality shabu shabu or sukiyaki. Their authentic decor and intimate atmosphere takes you right back to Japan…..
From now until the end of April Umai Ramen Sumibiyaki are serving an exclusive Wagyu menu incorportating top grade beef…..
Three Monkeys, located on Hollywood Road, is a fun, trendy spot ideal for great cocktails and delicious food to go with it…..
Sama isn’t your average Japanese curry, but a Sapporo import courtesy of Shiuici Takahashi…..
We appreciate great quality sushi here at Hungry Hong Kong and were very excited to sample the much applauded omakase menu served at Sushi Tsuraku…..
Hidden in what can only described as a sketchy building with a slightly scary elevator, down an alley in Causeway Bay is one of the cutest yakitori discoveries we’ve visited in HK…..
Izumi Curry, located in a quiet spot adjacent to the bustling food court of Hysan Place, serves up delicious Japanese curry and plenty of variation for the hungry diner….