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What’s the sound of a deer or doe calling the herd to a good meal in the forest? In Japanese, it’s kaetsu, and for a luxurious market-to-table Japanese dining experience in Hong Kong, the Grand Hyatt hotel’s Kaetsu is certainly a restaurant to shout about. The venue is a clean-lined and minimalist space centred on an open kitchen up on the mezzanine floor of the hotel’s Harbour Road premises in Wan Chai. The decor has been chosen to set an ideal Zen-like tone as you indulge in classic dishes from the a la carte menu plus a number of seasonal specialties, many incorporating ingredients flown in specially from source in Japan. A sake selection including some hard-to-find examples rounds out this superlative Far East Asian gastronomic spectacle.
Waiters service not classy for GH Hotel, pourred tea from a kettle style teapot. Food was so so, waygu beef was 80% fat! Disappointing. Won't be returning.