Time Out says
Merging Japanese izakaya ideals with Italian culinary traditions, Pazzi Isshokenmei offers a unique take on a cuisine that bridges these two worlds. The restaurant, located in H Queen's second floor with 6,000sq ft of space, gets its name from 'pazzi', the Italian phrase for mad, and 'issho-kenmei', the Japanese expression that means to do something very hard.
Dishes include the likes of Tokyo burrata ($198) which features Japanese peach and tomato with Italian burrata, miso crab with tagliolini ($468) from Northern Italy, aioli soba ($268) with Japanese soba noodles, togarashi, chilli, and garlic chips, and a real stunner, the Tanoshii Cake ($1,500) which is a layered rice cake with premium Japanese ingredients from Hokkaido such as uni, toro, and caviar, among other items. The restaurant also offers something they call the Treasure Chest, a vintage-style wooden chest on wheels that is brought to the table to make fresh handrolls with your choice of ingredients.
Attached to Pazzi Isshokenmei is an invite-only bar for cocktails, fine wines, champagnes, and sake, as well as a patio for cigars and shisha. The invite-only bar will be unveiled in August.
2/F, H Queen’s, 80 Queen’s Rd Central, Central
|Opening hours:||Mon to Sun 12-3pm; 6-10pm|