Time Out says
The first Hong Kong branch of this popular Japanese restaurant does one thing only: donburi. In particular, kaisendon, big bowls of rice overflowing with fresh seafood. Those come in three options – regular, deluxe and premium. The latter is loaded with tuna, conger eel, ikura, prawns, uni and more. This place gets packed at lunch, and with good reason. The seafood is high-quality, and with bowls starting at $90, plus tea, miso soup and a side, it's a great deal.