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Relocating to Midtown Soundwill Plaza has only confirmed Kaya Korean Restaurant as one of Hong Kong’s higher-end Korean restaurants, offering a superlative menu of dishes served in elegant surrounds. At heart, however, Kaya retains the social essence of Korean-style dining, with the perennially popular tabletop barbecue remaining a firm fixture at Kaya’s new location down Tang Lung Street in Causeway Bay. As always, Korean cuisine is best enjoyed in a group, and Kaya has you, your friends and family covered with fantastic service and a good selection of drinks, too.
Me and my old friend dined at this restaurant on 6 . 11. 2017 , at 3 : 45 pm . Many thing we actually enjoyed !
Food and staff is great. Overall decorum of the restaurant is not what brings you to this place although it is very clean and spacious.
Pretty decent place for Korean bbq. Have been multiple times and quality of service varies but overall good service most of the time. A little bit on the pricey side but good quality food.
Avowed fans of authentic Korean cuisine will usually begin their meal at Kaya Korean Restaurant with the raw beef appetizer. It’s almost obligatory for gourmets, much like a good steak tartare is unmissable for fans of French cuisine. From there, haggle with your company over which meats, vegetables, and sides to order from this upscale Hong Kong Korean restaurant’s fantastic menu and get grilling. Make no bones about it, though – despite Kaya’s five-star looks (its Tang Lung Street, Causeway Bay premises are very elegant, and the presentation of each dish impeccable), Kaya is always a fun place to dine.
After ordering, expect a plethora of complimentary appetisers – kimchi, pickles, spinach and more – to keep arriving discreetly at your table as you busily grill gelbi, bulgogi and more over your tabletop barbecue. The standard of service at Kaya Korean Restaurant is uniformly high, as one would expect from a Hong Kong restaurant that is just as uniformly acclaimed by diners and food critics who visit Kaya’s new premises in Causeway Bay’s Tang Lung Street. Be sure to order rice wine to accompany your meal, and make sure you book a table at Midtown Soundwill Plaza’s flagship Korean restaurant in advance to avoid disappointment.