It wasn't for lack of trying that we only got into this place after a second try. The fact is that directions within the building leave much to be desired. It is also ironic that there is no signage at its sister restaurant Habitu, since they share the same roof garden.
We sit down to a pretty promising menu. A good mix of fun vs. traditional foods. An enticing offering of seasonal goodies. Since we were pretty much done in after a heavy lunch, we were modest in our orders.
|Homemade Goma Tofu|
|Slow cooked soft ox tongue in white miso|
|Abalone, fried prawn and uni maki roll|
|Fried instant noodles with fresh lobster|
This place has promise, but it still has a few nits to iron out, before it is to become a sustainable place, especially in a place like Causeway Bay, where good Japanese restaurants are a dime a dozen.
Shop 311, 3/F Lee Gardens Two
28 Yun Ping Road