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Great ingredients make great food. That’s the simple, honest ethos behind Hong
Kong’s Keigetsu Japanese Cuisine, a Japanese restaurant found down Stanley
Street in Central. All the Japanese classics are here in abundance – sushi, sashimi,
tempura – but Keigetsu stands out from the crowd by virtue of its daring
combinations of less-common ingredients and unusual dishes. Affordably priced and
with premises convenient to downtown Hong Kong, Keigetsu is a must for lovers of
Food quality is good but the lunch portion is small for men. Service quality is fair and I would consider visiting the restaurant again later.
Lunch sets are beautifully arranged with attention to details. Sashimi was fresh and the only flaw was the sushi rice which was slightly more mushy than I would've liked.
You don't expect super jaw dropping dishes here but they are some Japanese family style restaurant which warm people's hearts. Come here occasionally when we miss the taste.
Only natural ingredients make it into Keigetsu Japanese Cuisine’s beautifully
presented dishes. That doesn’t prevent them from trying out bold culinary
experiments that are already wowing Hong Kong diners. Wasabi ice cream anyone?
That was Keigetsu’s Valentine’s Day special – something to get you hot under the
collar and cool as a cucumber at the same time. Their less-than-usual selection of
Japanese and Japanese-inspired dishes doesn’t stop there. Come on into Keigetsu’s
Stanley Street premises and neck an oyster shooter for a frisky seafood fling – this
certainly should have been a Valentine’s Day option considering the oyster’s
renowned capabilities for a romantic boost!
Popular lunchtime options at Keigetsu Japanese Cuisine are their set menus, elegant bento boxes that showcase the best of Japanese cuisine. But it’s a pleasure to dine at Keigetsu any time of day or night. And dine fans of Japanese cuisine do. It’s always advisable to book a table at Keigetsu Japanese Cuisine’s Stanley Street premises – their unusual offering, balanced by expertly crafted Japanese culinary classics, and their prime location in central Hong Kong, means this Japanese restaurant is often packed out.
這不但沒有妨礙他們大膽嘗試這些烹飪實驗，更令香港 食客大為讚歎。山葵冰淇淋？這是桂月的情人節精選， 讓您既火辣又冰涼。