Wanya Japanese Restaurant
Time Out says
With over 25 years of history and an incredibly generous two to four-hour sessions for either lunch or dinner, Wanya is the grandiose all-you-can-eat experience that you don’t want to be missing out on. On the weekend all-you-can-eat, the long-standing Japanese restaurant offers a plethora of sashimi and hand rolls to choose from, along with a variety of teppanyaki dishes and grilled items for a total of $528 per head. Amongst the impressive selection are truly expensive items that are sure to help you break even, such as foie gras, deep-fried soft shell crab, grilled silver cod, and uni (sea urchin) mini hand rolls, all of which patrons can order an unlimited amount of. On regular weekdays, you can find all-you-can-eats for shabu shabu, sushi and sashimi, robatayaki – which includes all the grilled items on the weekend all-you-can-eat – and teppanyaki – which features most of the teppanyaki items on the weekend all-you-can-eat – with each all-you-can-eat costing $558 per head. From bottomless sashimi platters and unlimited boxes of uni to bite-sized, cubed steak and soft, sweet mochi, the possibilities for your palate are endless at this authentic Japanese joint. For the past two and a half decades that this beloved hotspot has been open, Wanya has been hailed as the primogenitor of all-you-can-eats in Hong Kong and is still considered by many as one of the best spots in town today. So if you’re ever looking for a spot where you can just pig out for a good few hours, make sure to hit up Wanya – and make sure to bring a group of friends with you so you can all snag that discount for a party of eight or more.