There are more than enough places to eat Asian food in Hong Kong – this is a city in Asia, after all – and in between the countless Cantonese restaurants, the Korean BBQ joints, the Indian curry houses and more, there is quite the nice for Japanese food in the city. In Tseun Wan, towards the top of the built-up part of Kowloon, just where it meets Tai Lam Country Park, one can find Restaurant Mori, a Japanese restaurant that specialises in fresh fish and seafood, from puffer fish to spider crab and any number of market-fresh options. Try their sushi, of course, and the sashimi, and make sure that you leave room for the fresh fruit to follow as well. Make the journey to Heung Wo Street – Tsuen Wan West is your best option – and give them a try: just book your table first, as they do get busy.
The food is fresh, service could be better in introducing beer or sake. The environment is quiet and clean. The place is a bit far from the shopping plaza or public transport only.