Not everything is Chinese in Asia's gastronomic bridge between East and West. In a thriving melting pot like Hong Kong, there is truly something delightfully tasteful for every palate, and Japanese cuisine would surely be in the list of the top choice offerings of this richly diverse culture.
Quick searches on the Internet would yield hundreds of Japanese restaurants in Hong Kong, listed and sorted according to locations, prices, food offerings, even helpful reviews and ratings for the more discriminating consumers. Read more >
Pricey or budget-friendly? Good ambience and interiors or does it ultimately come down to the food offerings?
In Hong Kong's bustling gastronomic scene, Japanese restaurants are among the most popular dining places and here we have compiled a list of what’s good and what’s worth checking out. See our top picks >
Rice is formed into a ball or a chunk and topped with fresh seafood.
Rice, fresh seafood and vegetables all rolled up in sheets of dried seaweed called nori with the use of a bamboo mat.
Basically the same as norimaki, but instead of being rolled in a cylindrical shape, the rice and all the other ingredients are rolled into a cone shape.
The rice is not pressed into any shape or form here, but just laid out in a bowl and all the seafood, vegetables and other ingredients are spread out on top of it.
Sushi rice is made as a filling for small deep fried tofu bags or aburaage.