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Musubi Hiro

  • Restaurants
  • Central
  1. Musubi Hiro
    Photograph: Courtesy Musubi Hiro
  2. Musubi Hiro
    Photograph: Courtesy Musubi Hiro
  3. Musubi Hiro
    Photograph: Courtesy Musubi Hiro
  4. Musubi Hiro
    Photograph: Courtesy Musubi Hiro

Time Out says

Musubi Hiro is a gastropub that offers a modern take on old-school Japanese bites including the classic musubi. Many will know musubi as the popularised spam-and-rice blocks from Hawaii in the tradition of Japanese onigiri, but Musubi Hiro offers more creative made-to-order musubi options. The menu features everything from deep-fried, seafood, meat and vegetarian renditions to Hong Kong-inspired flavours with a variety of sauces and toppings too. The menu also includes izakaya-style snacks, washed down with plenty of sake, cocktails and beer on tap.

Inspired by retro Tokusatsu, the Japanese live-action series of the 1960s with giant monsters battling superheroes and robots, Musubi Hiro is lively and animated with huge mural art at the front, a neon restaurant light, and a black and red interior.


G/F, 37 Cochrane St, Central
Hong Kong
Opening hours:
Mon to Sun 11-12am
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