Ginza-style dishes at Sushi Shikon are always a delightful surprise
The menu selection available at this high-end Japanese restaurant at The Mercer Hotel depends on which fresh ingredients are flown in that morning
Three Michelin-star Sushi Shikon’s chef, Yoshiharu Kakinuma, whips up daily surprises each day. Influenced by Ginza tastes and flavours, Sushi Shikon is an offshoot of Masahiro Yoshitake’s three Michelin star eatery in Tokyo. The Hong Kong restaurant has only eight seats at the sushi counter and a private room for six.
The menu is mostly omakase, and the selection available depends on which fresh ingredients are flown in that morning. The dinner menu offers six appetisers, 10 pieces of sushi and dessert. The abalone with liver sauce is divine. It’s perhaps not the best place if you’re discussing trade secrets, but great if you want to impress an important client.
The Mercer Hotel,
29 Jervois Street,
6pm or 8.30pm
Steamed abalone with
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