A gentle flow of delights greets diners at Inagiku Grande Japanese
The Inagiku family has been preparing its famous tempura for more than 100 years
Located at the Royal Garden, Inagiku Grande breaks from traditional Japanese restaurant design with an interior that is a blend of traditional Edo style and modern Japanese art. Flow is an important concept in the design, with a sand garden at the entrance, streamlined waterfall at the front and floating panels to partition the dining areas.
Famous in Japan, the Inagiku family has been preparing its famous tempura for more than 100 years. The restaurant now is known just as much for its teppanyaki, sushi and sashimi. Diners can opt for the tempura or teppanyaki set menus as well as à la carte. There is a good range of sakes available for pairing.
1/F, The Royal Garden Hotel,
69 Mody Road,
Tsim Sha Tsui East, Kowloon
Live prawn tempura
Fatty tuna sashimi
5 rooms, 32 ppl
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