Hiyama in Harbour City specialising in sukiyaki – a style of slow-cooking ingredients in a mixture of soy sauce, sugar and mirin wine. Photo: Hiyama Hiyama in Harbour City specialising in sukiyaki – a style of slow-cooking ingredients in a mixture of soy sauce, sugar and mirin wine. Photo: Hiyama
Hiyama in Harbour City specialising in sukiyaki – a style of slow-cooking ingredients in a mixture of soy sauce, sugar and mirin wine. Photo: Hiyama
Food and Drinks

5 new restaurant openings in Hong Kong – including Hansik Goo, Hiyama and Yakinikumafia – where daytime eating comes into its own

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Hiyama in Harbour City specialising in sukiyaki – a style of slow-cooking ingredients in a mixture of soy sauce, sugar and mirin wine. Photo: Hiyama Hiyama in Harbour City specialising in sukiyaki – a style of slow-cooking ingredients in a mixture of soy sauce, sugar and mirin wine. Photo: Hiyama
Hiyama in Harbour City specialising in sukiyaki – a style of slow-cooking ingredients in a mixture of soy sauce, sugar and mirin wine. Photo: Hiyama
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