When you name your restaurant God of Sushi, you better be able to back it up. For one, the role of the almighty in cooking is traditionally limited to bread and fish – one a traditional element of Japanese cuisine, the other not so much – and the question of which deity you might have in the kitchen is omnipresent. Vishnu would be good with chopping vegetables – four arms are better than two – and we’d take Thor and his hammer in the meat-tenderising department while Bacchus and Dionysus could take care of the drinks for the evening. At God of Sushi in the On Ning Building on Ma Tin Road in Yuen Long, they offer a biblically good selection of sushi, sashimi and other Japanese treats to the hungry public of Hong Kong. Book a table now and head on over.