NOBU InterContinental Hong Kong
This top Japanese restaurant has an incredible view of the Hong Kong skyline, even though it’s on the first floor. Come to dine around 8PM, and you’ll have the Symphony of Lights laser show to entertain you while you sample Japan’s finest. The atmosphere of this high end, luxurious venue is welcoming and warm, unlike many other lavish restaurants, which can tend towards being snooty and cold, from overly austere décor and the attitude of the staff.
Each dish is a work of art, both in delicately matched flavors, and of course, impeccable, creative presentation. Traditional Japanese favorites receive a modern, exotic twist, such as Unagi, Foie Gras & Cream Cheese Avocado Roll, the Toro Tatar with caviar, Black Cod Saikyo Yaki, Sea Lion Sashimi with Spanish pepper, or their Tuna Sashimi Salad with Matsuhisa Dressing. For dessert, try their Banana Soy Toban Yaki or Banana Tofu Brûlée.
Expected to spend average about HKD250-350 for their Bento Box lunch, or $650HKD for Omakase (Chef’s daily special). Dinner is about HKD 700-900.
After dinner, you can take a stroll along the Avenue of the Stars, just opposite the hotel.
Nearest MTR station is Tsim Sha Tsui.
Hours: Open daily, 12:00 noon- midnight
InterContinental Hong Kong, Salisbury Road, Tsim-Sha-TsuiView Larger Map
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