2/F Causeway Corner, 18 Percival St, Causeway Bay Tel: 2890 7780 Open: Noon-3pm, 6pm-11.30pm Cuisine: Japanese. Ambience: Despite overlooking some of Hong Kong's busiest streets, Tsukiji is a quiet restaurant, tucked away on the second floor of the Causeway Corner serviced apartments. This dark eatery has several screened-off areas for additional privacy. Many of the diners are Japanese businessmen - and that's usually a good sign. Price: Dinner costs between $400 and $500, but lunch is better value. Pros: Good food served in a quiet, discreet setting. Cons: The service is mostly fine, but the waitress neglected to tell us that there's a $20 additional charge for broth with the paper hotpot (which is already expensive at $180). Recommended dishes: As might be expected in a restaurant named after the bustling wholesale fish market in Tokyo, the Tsukiji menu features a lot of seafood. The assorted sashimi platter ($380) is generous, with an extensive, slightly unusual selection that includes fresh scallops, squilla, amaebi (sweet prawns) and luscious uni (sea urchin roe). The raw seafood is served with fresh grated wasabi, rather than the sinus-clearing bright green paste you get in lesser Japanese restaurants. Assorted tempura ($90) features prawns, vegetables and an unusual roll of roe and seaweed, all dipped in a light batter and skilfully fried. Miso codfish ($80) is a large slab and, although it isn't the wonderfully fatty belly cut, the flavour is subtle and satisfying. What else? There's a good range of set lunches for under $100 that includes soup, rice and salad. Stay away from the over-priced paper hotpot with US beef ($180). It might be interesting as a concept, but it's a skimpy portion and takes a long time to cook.