Intimate Ronin’s izakaya-style appeal woos Hong Kong diners
Focus is on seafood and the one-page menu varies according to which fresh ingredients are available at markets
With no sign on the door, Ronin is a trendy but small venue with only 14 seats at a long wooden bar. The focus is on seafood and the one-page menu varies daily, depending on which fresh ingredients are available at the markets.
Dishes are divided into three sections – Raw, Smaller and Bigger – with signatures such as unagi, kinome, chirashi, rice featuring sushi rice blended with kinome, sansh and pickled cucumber slices, and topped with lightly-seared fillets of eel. Vegetarian and gluten-free options are
Reservations need to be made seven days in advance. Ronin offers more than 100 varieties of Japanese whiskies.
Kagoshima beef with maitake and egg yolk
Flower crab with uni and mitsuba
Unagi, kinome, chirashi, rice
Valet parking: no
Private rooms: no
G/F, 8 On Wo Lane,
Mon - Sat: 6pm - midnight
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