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High-end omakase in heritage hub Tai Kwun
Omakase giant Sushi Zo has chosen Hong Kong for its latest branch. The esteemed restaurant already has outlets in Tokyo, Bangkok, Los Angeles and New York, and now it has a new home in heritage site Tai Kwun. The Michelin-starred restaurant flies in its fish fresh from Japan each day. Using such premium ingredients, three chefs work behind the counter, turning out personalised 18-course meals to lucky guests. How lucky? There are only two sittings of up to 14 guests at a time each day. This might be one of the hottest tables in town.