Ganguya is a traditional Japanese robatayaki restaurant with a twist. With a facade filled with retro toys like Sailor moon, Dr Slump and Godsigma, this hip Hong Kong eatery takes inspiration from a toyshop and inside diners can take their pick of fresh ingredients from the grill counter. You’ll find Ganguya located on Ngan Mok Street in Tin Hau – book a table and head on over for a special dining experience in Hong Kong!
From its window showcasing toys from the 70s and 80s down to the vintage cartoon posters and metal plaques that line the walls, Ganguya has a retro vibe which is combined with wooden detailing and other traditional Japanese accents, creating a fun and relaxed environment to dine in. At the front of this stylish Tin Hau restaurant you’ll find a large grill counter filled with fresh meats and seafood for diners to pursue, simply take your pick and order directly!
We recommend trying the sirloin of omni beef and the grilled itoyoridai. Ganguya’s menu also boasts an array of fresh sashimi, which comes beautifully presented on a platter. With its menu of traditional Japanese cuisine combined with the nostalgic 70s and 80s toys and cartoons, Ganguya is one of Hong Kong’s most exciting Japanese joints. Situated on Tin Hau’s Ngan Mok Street, Ganguya draws in quite a crowd of both foodies and fans of retro toys. Make a reservation in advance to be sure of scoring a table!