Akanoshou

Akanoshou

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Text by: Teoh Yee Seong / Photograph by: Ling Doh Kin / Special thanks: Cathay Pacific, Hong Kong Tourism Board - 13 July 2023


At Akanoshou, you can enjoy Japanese cuisine in peace or dine and drink with a group of friends until you’re fully satisfied.Akanoshou

Akanoshou is a Japanese restaurant conveniently located just a 3-minute walk from the MTR station.

Akanoshou, the restaurant’s name, boasts a stylish interior design with a strong Japanese flavour that creates a comfortable atmosphere for dining.

Omakase means “chef’s choice,” so the chef decides the menu and dishes, usually based on seasonal ingredients.

The menu offers a variety of options including teppanyaki, sushi, and set meals, but we decided to try the Omakase. Despite rarely drinking, I couldn’t resist trying some sake in such a pleasant environment. The sake had a delicate floral aroma and a soft, delicate taste.

The steamed egg with salmon roe was not only tender and smooth, but also had an excellent taste.The Australian live abalone had a great bite good texture and a delicious flavour.

The skilled chefs prepared and cooked each dish in front of us, using high-quality ingredients such as Australian live abalone, Hida beef fillet, and salmon roe to create unique and delicious Japanese cuisine.

It’s worth noting that Akanoshou offers great value for its food, making it a popular spot among diners who often return for more.

The Hida beef sukiyaki was marinated in a secret soy sauce, making it soft and tender, while the egg yolk made it smooth and flavourful.Don’t underestimate the small bowl of fried rice, cooked on a teppanyaki grill with just the right amount of oiliness and flavour.

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