A salad of Kumamoto tomatoes with Parmesan dashi at Silencio in Central. Photo: Edmond So

Japanese fusion food to die for in Hong Kong at ex-Nobu chef’s Silencio in Central

  • Silencio got off to a bad start – “A confirmation email doesn’t mean there’s a table for you” – but the quality of the food shone through from the first bite
  • The charcoal-grilled red prawns with yuzu soy was so good that we couldn’t bear to eat anything after that would interfere with the lingering flavours
Topic |   Hong Kong restaurant reviews

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A salad of Kumamoto tomatoes with Parmesan dashi at Silencio in Central. Photo: Edmond So
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