Shop A, G/F, 7-11 Amoy Street, Wan Chai Tel: 2861 1298 Open: Monday-Saturday noon-2.30pm, 6pm-11pm Cuisine: Japanese Price: about HK$225 without drinks and before adding the service charge. Ambience: it's a small, casual place with sliding wooden doors that lead into the main dining area. There are also a few small tables in the covered (but open to the street) area adjacent to the restaurant. Staff are helpful and friendly. Pros: it seems like a normal neighbourhood restaurant - the type of place you'd visit frequently if you lived nearby. But the food was good enough that we'd come again, even though we don't live in Wan Chai. Prices were low but quality was high. Cons: usually, cold dishes are served before the hot ones, but ours were served willy-nilly. Other than that, there wasn't much to complain about. Recommended dishes: sashimi salad (HK$55) was a generous portion of diced assorted raw fish and a few greens and tomatoes with a light, refreshing dressing. Angler's liver (HK$65) looked rather unappetising, but even the non-innards eater in our group enjoyed it because it had only a subtle fishy flavour. Our sushi dishes, spicy tuna handroll (HK$38), salmon roe handroll (HK$38) and sea urchin nigiri (HK$60), had generous amounts of the main ingredient. The sea urchin was especially noteworthy - it was of very good quality and a bargain at that price for two pieces. From the grill, the thickly sliced ox tongue (HK$25) was so good we briefly considered ordering more. Chicken kidneys (HK$12) were tender, with a delicate flavour. Deep-fried soft shell crab roll (HK$68, below) had all the elements right: the rice was soft and not packed too tightly, the crab was crisp and the avocado was ripe and buttery. Sliced grilled beef rolls with generous portions of enoki mushrooms (listed as morels on the menu, HK$48) were deeply flavoured and tender. We finished off the meal with handmade udon with assorted tempura (HK$65), which had a light, clear broth. What else? The main room has a small sushi counter with a few seats. They offer a short list of sake (above), beer and other drinks.