About La. Tomokuo Japanese & Western Cuisine
More about the restaurant: La. Tomokuo Japanese & Western Cuisine
Tucked away in the centre of Kwun Tong you’ll find La. Tomokuo Japanese & Western Cuisine, a gem of a restaurant that fuses popular western dishes with Japanese classics. Whether you’re heading for a special celebratory dinner or you’re just looking to nibble on a few bar bites while enjoying some drinks with friends, this spot on Tsun Yip Street fits the bill perfectly. With dishes such as sweet pear and walnut salad with honey balsamic vinaigrette or roasted Canadian double pork chop with mustard jus, the menu at La. Tomokuo is sure to excite and delight. Booking ahead is highly advised!
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It’s rare that pairing two distinctive cuisines has such fantastic results, but the chefs at La. Tomokuo Japanese & Western Cuisine have really managed to pull it off excellently. Serving up Japanese grub that’s been given a bit of a European twist, this restaurant on Tsun Yip Street in Hong Kong’s Kwun Tong district is a big hit with locals and visitors alike. Using distinctive Japanese ingredients such as miso, toasted seaweed, sesame seeds and brown rice vinegar alongside chorizo, spaghetti, racks of lamb, asparagus and more makes for exciting flavour combinations that are both inventive and tasty at this Hong Kong hotspot.
Don’t expect bog-standard meals at La. Tomokuo Japanese & Western Cuisine, because their seasonal menu will always have a few tricks up its sleeve. From dishes like black cod baked with white miso to seafood salmon risotto filled with both Italian and Japanese flavours, you’re always in for a treat at this Kwun Tong joint. If you’re heading out for dinner at La. Tomokuo Japanese & Western Cuisine we recommend ordering their traditional Caesar salad with a slow-cooked onsen egg and smoked salmon to start. For mains, try the spaghetti olio aglio with grilled king prawn for a real treat. One thing’s for sure though, if you’re planning on heading to La. Tomokuo Japanese & Western Cuisine, you best book in advance as this is proving to be a very busy spot!