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Robatayaki takes centre stage at Nan Tei’s Causeway Bay Outlet. For barbecue lovers of all stripes, Nan Tei impresses with it charcoal-grilled delights. Featuring options for vegetarians and meat lovers alike, this stylish restaurant has something for everyone. Located on the second floor of Bigfoot Centre on Hong Kong’s Yiu Wa Street, the restaurant is found conveniently just moments from Causeway Bay station. There are many grilled options to choose from – there’s broiled eel, US Angus beef, French goose liver, lamb chops, Hiroshima fresh oysters, asparagus wrapped with pork, chicken heart, duck’s tongue, pork neck, gingko nuts, sweet potato, tofu and much, much more. For local foodies and fans of Japanese barbecue, Nan Tei is a must-visit. Book ahead to secure the perfect table.
Food was yummy. Staff were friendly and service attentive, our tea got refilled regularly. My only criticism would be the air con in the booth area was lacking. Had to turn on my electric fan midway through dinner. Unlike many restaurants in cwb on a Sat, there was no time limit and no one rushed us to turn over the table. We will definitely be coming back.
The food was very tasty and good variety to choose from. The asparagus with pork and lamb chop were delicious. The staff was also very attentive and speedy with the servings
It is the only restaurant when my family celebrating the birthday or important date for important anniversary. The food is nice and they try to introduce something new aside to the bore menu which didn't change for years. We are only table, more often than not, request for partition seats and my family enjoy the privacy. However, the air-conditioner is always bad and not able to cold down the private partition seats. With HK$1,500 min charge requirement, I wish NanTei can improve their basic air-conditioner system. Furthermore, their restroom has strong smell which hardly breath when you be there. The problem, probably, not cause by restaurant itself but a decent restaurant shouldn't able to resolve it. I have been there over 5 years, both air-conditioner and smelly issue yet resolved. Anyway, I still standby to support this restaurant as I still like the food and service very much.