View map
Filtered by:
Clear all
Cuisine: Japanese
Rating
123456
Price
€€€€€€€€€
Bookable Online
Smart Offers only

127 Restaurants in Hong Kong: Japanese

Japanese restaurants in Hong Kong

The Chinese love Japanese cuisine almost as much as they do their own Cantonese and Sichuan cooking, and consequently there are some exceptional Japanese restaurants in Hong Kong. From low-key, casual noodle bars suitable for a quick lunch of steaming ramen to chic establishments of polished marble ideal for important business dinners, there's a wide choice of mood and ambience. But one thing that doesn't change is the authentic quality of the food. Quandoo is ready and waiting with a list of some of the best Japanese restaurants in Hong Kong.

Quickly look for:
Sort by:Most relevant first
  • Most relevant first
  • Top-rated first
  • Most reviewed first
  • Most expensive first
  • Cheapest first

Toritama

Central
Japanese$$$$
5.6/610
Toritama

Sushi Hiro - CWB 壽司廣

Causeway Bay
Japanese$$$$
5.0/61
Sushi Hiro - CWB 壽司廣

Yakiniku Futago HK 大阪燒肉 - Causeway Bay

Causeway Bay
Japanese$$$$
Yakiniku Futago HK 大阪燒肉 - Causeway Bay
Looking for the best restaurants near you?

Mikasaya Sushi Restaurant

Tsim Sha Tsui
Japanese$$$$
6.0/62
Mikasaya Sushi Restaurant

Missy Ho's

Kennedy Town
Asian$$$$
6.0/61
Missy Ho's

Inaniwa Yosuke - Tsim Sha Tsui

Tsim Sha Tsui
Japanese$$$$
Inaniwa Yosuke - Tsim Sha Tsui

Yakiniku Futago HK 大阪燒肉 - Tsim Sha Tsui

Tsim Sha Tsui
Japanese$$$$
Yakiniku Futago HK 大阪燒肉 - Tsim Sha Tsui

Wonder Garden Café 愛麗絲的秘密花園

Yau Ma Tei
International$$$$
4.1/694
Wonder Garden Café 愛麗絲的秘密花園

Sushi Hiro TST 壽司廣

Tsim Sha Tsui
Sushi$$$$
5.0/61
Sushi Hiro TST 壽司廣

Pete's Place HK

Sai Ying Pun
American$$$$
5.5/64
Pete's Place HK

Wagyu88 和牛88

Causeway Bay
Steak$$$$
5.5/62
Wagyu88 和牛88

Kappo roann 割烹櫓杏

Tsim Sha Tsui
Japanese$$$$
5.0/62
Kappo roann 割烹櫓杏

Sushi Kado 壽司角

Central
Japanese$$$$
5.0/62
Sushi Kado 壽司角

The Drunken Pot 酒鍋 - Tsim Sha Tsui

Tsim Sha Tsui
Hotpot$$$$
4.1/619
The Drunken Pot 酒鍋 - Tsim Sha Tsui

Fang Fang

Central
Chinese$$$$
4.9/625
Fang Fang

Jan Jan Kushikatsu

Wan Chai
Japanese$$$$
5.0/636
Jan Jan Kushikatsu

TSUKADA NOJO

Tsim Sha Tsui
Japanese$$$$
3.7/63
TSUKADA NOJO

Torijiro 鶏ジロー

Tsim Sha Tsui
Japanese$$$$
4.0/61
Torijiro 鶏ジロー

TokyoLima

Central
Peruvian$$$$
5.0/6197
TokyoLima

Shoku Japanese Binchotan Grill 笑酤和味炭燒

Aberdeen
Japanese$$$$
Shoku Japanese Binchotan Grill 笑酤和味炭燒
  1. 1.

    Japanese restaurants in Hong Kong serving sushi

    It goes without saying that Japanese restaurants in Hong Kong offer some top-notch sushi, with sought-after delicacies either being flown in especially or sourced fresh from the city's own thriving wet markets. For those who don't know their sashimi from their nigiri, places such as Ronin in Central and Mizuki in Wan Chai offer sharing platters of shrimp, scallops, yellowtail and salmon which are an education for the taste buds. Alternatively, you can always ask for the sushi omakese, which basically means “leave it up to the chef” – this is sure to result in a selection of delightful morsels.
  2. 2.

    Enjoying a delicious grill at Hong Kong's Japanese restaurants

    If you're in the mood for something meatier, then it's well worth checking out one of the many Japanese restaurants in Hong Kong specialising in grilled mains. For instance, Skoku on Repulse Bay offers a range of succulent treats slow-cooked over high-grade bitochan charcoal. Try a mixed selection of ox tongue, pork and chicken skewers, a tasty wagyu steak, or a crispy catch of the day served whole. Yakitori grill bars usually have extensive drinks menus, making them the place to go to sample some top-shelf sake from Japan's different prefectures.
  3. 3.

    Hong Kong's Japanese restaurants: vegetarian options

    There are even several Japanese restaurants in Hong Kong catering specifically to vegetarians. One such is Isoya in Wan Chai. Here you can tuck into seasonal vegetables quick-fried in tempura batter and beautifully crafted onigiri, rice balls wrapped in seaweed and stuffed with tasty fillings, while the undecided can always opt for a well-thought out set menu. These establishments usually offer a nice line in sweet and savoury buns, soups, noodle dishes and other toothsome fare for non meat-eaters.