Time Out says
As the first standing restaurant in Hong Kong, Sushi Tachi has always been popular since its opening in 2018. Despite its small space, the wooden bar table and cherry blossom tree decoration along with soft lighting give the restaurant a decent Japanese flair. To ensure the dishes are served fresh, all kinds of fish and seafood are selected directly from Japan’s Tsukiji Market every day, and the sushi is made exclusively using rice from Fukui Prefecture, mixed with premium red vinegar – which has the best effect in balancing the oil and bringing out the best in sashimi. Signatures include the mini urchin bowl rice, grilled olive flounder sushi, and jumbo pink prawn sushi. The restaurant also updates its menu on a monthly basis, featuring seasonal and rare fish species sometimes. It’s a blessing that the price is not as high as the quality of its dishes.
Shop D, G/F, Cameron Plaza, 23 Cameron Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
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