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Restaurant Haku


Restaurant, $$$$, Japanese, International, Tsim Sha Tsui
A creative, intimate restaurant that pays tribute to the Japanese seasons through European-inspired kappo cuisine
  • ReservationYes
  • Private Room1 room for 6 persons
  • Accept Credit CardYes
  • Dress CodeCasual
  • Vegetarian DishBelow 5
  • Bring Your Own BottleYes
  • BuffetNo
  • CorkageHK$500 per bottle
  • Smoking AreaNo
  • Car ValetNo


If you’re the sort to turn a nose up at shopping mall restaurants, then more fool you—a place like Haku, which is nestled into one of Hong Kong’s busiest retail monoliths, is right up there with the best of the city’s fine dining destinations. But make no mistake, for this is not a quiet, reverential temple of gastronomy. The food is taken seriously, but the atmosphere is far more fun than what would be expected—and it’s the kind of place where patrons can feel just as comfortable ordering a glass of Hitachino white ale as they would a top-end Burgundy. Chef Agustin Balbi sees to maintaining that convivial vibe, tending to just over a dozen diners perched at the chef’s counter (make sure to request these seats when booking), serving a thrilling line-up of dishes featuring the best of Japanese produce. The result is a procession of good looking plates that are worthy of both the palate and the Instagram feed, such as the chef’s interpretation of Kagoshima A4 wagyu—here finished off in front of the guest over billowing charcoal smoke before being cut into neat, medium-rare triangles and vibrantly coloured seasonal vegetables. A top place where the precise yet innovative cooking will stay with you long after the meal is over.


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