Just had a feast at one of my dad’s favorite restaurant, Tomokazu Japanese Restaurant (友和日本料理). Its been around for at least 20 years and is frequented by lots of celebrities and socialites (not that I really care) … but that says something about the quality of its food. Personally, I think they are one of a few Japanese restaurants in Hong Kong that serve the freshest seafood directly from Japan.
I’ll let the photos do the talking.
There are quite a few other “fancier” Japanese restaurants in Hong Kong, but a lot of people return to Tomokazu because its portion is bigger and their menu is reasonably priced. Their also more authentic than what you might find at Wasabisabi, where they serve “fusion Japanese” food … and at ridiculous prices. Then there’s Nobu at the InterContinental, of course, which is in its own league.
Tomokazu Japanese Restaurant (友和日本料理)
441B Lockhart Road, Causeway Bay / Wanchai (灣仔駱克道441號B座地下)
Tel: +852 2833 6339
Opens Mondays to Sundays 12:00 to 04:30
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