Busy Suzie (CLOSED)
Time Out says
This hip as hell Japanese restaurant verges on nightclub, something that creater (and founder of dragon-i) Gilbert Yeung does well. However it's not just aesthetics that Lazy Suzie is becoming known for, it's their dedication to Japanese food and culture that ensures a place in Hong Kongers' hearts, and stomachs. Chef Tonoyama Mitsuo has the freshest ingredients flown in from Japan daily which he and his hand-picked culinary team prepare with the utmost skill. The staff observe traditional Japanese cooking methods with their use of open grills and wooden panels used to serve dishes. Dinner for two is around $1,600.