A huge hit in Hong Kong, yakiniku is Japan’s own version of barbecued meat. Hong Kong locals have no trouble finding this delicious style of cuisine – in fact, there are yakiniku restaurants all across the city. To separate the wheat from the chaff when looking for the right yakiniku restaurant, you need to consider quality, price and atmosphere, all of which Japanese Wagyu Yakiniku Pure has down pat. Situated on the 15th floor of Henry House – located on Yun Ping Road – in Causeway Bay, Japanese Wagyu Yakiniku Pure invites you to come experience Japanese barbecue the way it’s meant to taste.
Perhaps what makes yakiniku so popular in Hong Kong is that it’s something that the entire table can participate in. Ideal for groups, this communal dining experience allows guests to mix, match, sample and share their selections, making for an unforgettable meal. Japanese Wagyu Yakiniku Pure is right in the heart of the action, found in a location that’s incredibly convenient for local city dwellers – you’ll find it on the 15th floor of Causeway Bay’s Henry House, just moments from Victoria Park.
What separates Japanese Wagyu Yakiniku Pure from the rest of the many local yakiniku restaurants is the pure, unadulterated quality of all the meats on offer. No matter whether you choose the Wagyu or decide for pork belly, you can rest assured that it’s been sourced from the very best cattle, and is as fresh as it gets. For an affordable way to try this restaurant out, stop by during lunch and order from the set menu – we recommend the Pure Prime Lunch Course, which includes salad, appetizer, a Japanese chuck roll, ox tongue, rice and soup. So what are you waiting for? A fresh dining experience awaits you at Hong Kong’s Japanese Wagyu Yakiniku Pure in Causeway Bay – book ahead!
Food quality is fine and the price is reasonable. However, the ventilation and air conditioning is not enough. It is quite hot in the restaurant.