Japanese cuisine is always a crowd-pleaser and it is probably why our temptation of trying new Japanese restaurant never ends. In July, the game has changed since HAKU’s opening in, which presents contemporary Japanese dishes with a European twist.
Located in Tsim Sha Tsui, the restaurant has cozy and interactive atmosphere with Kappo style bar seats 12 and 22 people at the table for lunch and dinner servings. (just in case if you are not familiar Kappo style dining, it is restaurant setting that you can watch the chef cooking in front of you)
The highlight dishes include Japanese Tomatoes / Kamasu / Bellota Ham (HKD 148), the freshest pick of Japanese tomatoes serving with bite size barracuda fish and the finest Bellota Ham from Iberico pork and Chu Toro / Kristal Caviar / Polmard Beef / Rice Tuile (HKD488) that combines fatty tuna with uniquely aged Polmard beef, topped with a layer of Kristal caviar from Kaviari House in Paris and rice crackers. The main dish Kagoshima Wagyu / Eringi / Baby Kabu (HKD488), which features Japanese A4 beef tenderloin with Eringi mushrooms and baby turnips on the side.
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