After the successful run of Statement’s Spanish pop-up, this season, the Tai Kwun eatery unveils its second pop-up with sister restaurant – London’s leading Japanese restaurant – Aqua Kyoto. Taste contemporary Japanese dishes that include Aqua Kyoto’s famed sushi maki – like the salmon, beetroot, and sea buckthorn berry maki ($148 for four pieces) and salmon and smoked daikon maki ($138 for four pieces) – cured red snapper with truffle ($118 for four pieces), wagyu beef gyoza ($98 for four pieces), miso-cured sea trout ($98 for four pieces), slow-cooked pork belly with eel ($228), and for a sweet finish, a serving of Japanese street-style Taiyaki waffles ($88 for three pieces).
On weekends, the pop-up will be serving Kanpai Brunch ($488 per person; additional $100 per person for free-flow drink) which includes yakitori skewers, tempura, Japanese sandos, among others. A Light Brunch option will be available on weekdays for only $288 per person. For more boozy pairings, an extensive selection of sake, wine, Champagne, as well as cocktails will be available during the pop-up, which you can enjoy by the verandah of The Dispensary bar situated next door. Book a seat via statement.com.hk