Leslie Yeh

Where can you find the best steak in Hong Kong? We have the answers, from the Grand Hyatt Steakhouse to Ocean Park Marriott Hotel’s Prohibition Grill House & Cocktail Bar

Created by executive chef Armand Sablon – who cut his chops on the five-star hotel circuit in London – the menu weaves French and British influences


Occupying the former home of Sushi Shikon, Zuicho quickly won the praise of diners and critics alike for its innovative offerings

Sushiyoshi has solidified its reputation as one of Hong Kong’s top omakase restaurants – no small feat in a city littered with sushi counters

At chef Milton Lau’s new home in Central, sushi fiends can look forward to some of the same show-stopping signatures, plus creative new additions to his ever-changing omakase

Paying tribute to the time-tested traditions of Edomae-style sushi, this Michelin-decorated restaurant flies its fish in daily from Tokyo’s Toyosu Market

A hallowed name among Japanese food connoisseurs, this local outpost of Sushi Saito preserves the pedigree of the legendary Tokyo restaurant with aplomb

Opened just over a year ago in the midst of the pandemic, Sushi Ikkon has proved its merit among the tidal wave of sushiyas in Hong Kong

Awarded three Michelin stars every year since 2014, Shikon by Yoshitake (formerly Sushi Shikon) is modelled after the eponymous chef’s flagship restaurant in Ginza, Tokyo

Restaurants such as Shikigiku remind us why time-honoured Japanese cooking techniques and recipes have remained unchanged for centuries

The first overseas branch of the Japanese institution, Nadaman inside Kowloon Shangri-La embodies over 190 years of tradition in kaiseki cuisine

Newly minted late last year inside The Peninsula Hong Kong, Kushiro joins the upper echelon of Japanese fine dining establishments

For those not already convinced that tempura demands the same fastidious care as sushi making, one trip to Ippoh should make you a firm believer