Sushiyoshi is the first branch outside Japan of Osaka’s two-Michelin starred Sushiyoshi. Chef-owner Nakanoue Hiroki is known for bringing western ingredients and techniques to his Japanese cooking, as evidenced by dishes such as the uni gougère or uni and caviar with creamy scrambled egg, among others. For a full taste of what Sushiyoshi has to offer, we recommend going for omakase, which ranges from lunch ($1,280), dinner ($2,480), and chef's special menu ($3,480). Staying true to its roots, Sushiyoshi has proven a hit in Hong Kong, continually offering diners a playful and exciting sushi experience.
There's no denying that Hong Kong loves its Japanese food, be it ramen, tsukemen and even matcha desserts, we are obsessed. As for our love of sushi, well, a testament to that is the broad selection of restaurants dedicated to this bite-sized seafood rice delicacy across the city. From high-end establishments offering luxurious sushi options to affordable venues with quality sushi, we have it all. But if you want to avoid getting a raw deal, read on for our list of the best sushi restaurants in Hong Kong.
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