This is a house of wine, mainly eating kebabs, whether the kebabs here to prepare long charcoal to burn I don't know, but the kebabs here is really good. It is recommended that white rays and teeth taste good, and the beef tongue thick cut soft rays are welcome, special lychee pork roll fresh not greasy, less silver ray soft and smooth flavor strong, all delicious.
As a skewers restaurant, they are all very good. The skewers inside are delicious. The rice cake and bacon are also very good. The old tofu is a bit old, but it tastes very delicious and the environment is also very Japanese.
Every time I want to eat too little, I want to come here. The lunch set includes salad, 3 skewers of choice (there are many choices, every time you have difficulty in choosing), and you can choose noodles or rice. I choose wild vegetable udon every time. Love the udon here, the texture is very good. There are also special drinks, almost sincere! For skewers, I like its beef, salt-boiled chicken wings, and pork neck. The pork neck meat is grilled very juicy! Walk in mostly sit on the bar table, if you want to take another seat, you need to make a reservation.
I don't agree with some netizens who say that their food is too salty---Japanese-style grilled chicken is meant to be salty! Or else he can eat white rice. Yes, these foods are somewhat salty, but they are not salty enough to drink three glasses of water. The food is still great, but I think it may be a little slow for more people to serve food. After Christmas, there were ten people and five people sitting at a table. It seemed to serve two dishes at the same time when serving, and our favorite dish (lychee/pork) was only on one table and the other table. forget. At the same time, I think the barreled Asahi beer is the best in Hong Kong. The temperature is very cold (almost zero degrees), so drinking beer is the best. The place is casual and the service attitude is between average and good. Highly recommended!
Came here again for lunch, and the price/performance ratio is also good. Lunch is about HK$100-160, with a staple food, three skewers and a drink. The quality of the skewers is very good, they are all freshly cooked, and they are delicious when hot. The staple food is Japanese rice or Udon, which tastes good. I think the lunch set menu is only available from Monday to Friday. Weekdays or dinners may be expensive and the price/performance ratio is not high.