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Shop 209, 208 Canton Rd. Send to Phone
The raucous Japanese welcome at this futuristic fusion eatery gets followed by equally memorable fresh fish and inventive fare.

Lunch & Dinner daily
Open late

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: Nestled in Tsim Sha Tsui’s 1881 Marine Police Headquarters, this hip round-shaped robatayaki restaurant and lounge from Hong Kong’s Gilbert Yeung of Dragon-I fame was designed by Patrick Gilles and Dorothée Boissier, who made their mark at Buddakan in New York City and London’s Cha Cha Moon. Those who move and shake the global financial markets from their Kowloon side office towers gravitate to the sprawling outdoor terrace after dark to unwind on well padded white banquettes with sips off the extensive saké menu. When hunger strikes, move the party indoors to the festive sushi bar or to more intimate tables and private dining rooms. Fresh fish arrives daily from Japan for chef Tonoyama Mitsuo to create signature grilled standouts like kinki fish, a rarity in Hong Kong. The menu extends far beyond robata to sushi, sashimi and tempuras plus cold soba and hot udon noodle dishes perfect for Hong Kong’s winter chill.


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