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In the heart of Mong Kok, Royal Grill Ginji is an izakaya-style restaurant serving teppanyaki, fresh seafood and an assortment of Japanese favourites. Featuring a large dining space complete with traditional Japanese furnishings and a simple yet elegant decor, Royal Grill Ginji is ideal for a special occasion with a group of friends or coworkers. Found on the third floor of MOKO shopping centre, Royal Grill Ginji will brings out the Japanophile in all of us.
Royal Grill Ginji’s atmosphere is unbelievable, and feels like a world away from the hustle and bustle of Mong Kok’s busy MOKO shopping centre. Ideal for private occasions, the Hong Kong restaurant’s 229 square metre premises can accommodate up to 120 guests, and there are even VIP rooms for when you really want to dine in style. The service here is friendly and attentive, which is a good thing considering you may want to seek their advice when navigating the restaurant’s long menu of Japanese options.
The menu at Hong Kong’s Royal Grill Ginji begins with a selection of Japanese snacks including cold bean curd with spring onion sauce, pan-fried egg roll with spicy pollock roe, and grilled ginkgo nut with salt. There’s sashimi and sushi galore, but the grilled favourites are where this Japanese restaurant really shines, with options like Kurobuta pork, grilled mackerel with salt and marinated silver cod with miso. Teppanyaki is one the major draws to this chic Mong Kok restaurant – choose from Wagyu beef, Japanese clam, chicken thigh and even foie gras. And to end your meal, we highly recommend the Ginji dessert platter, which features five different decadent desserts to share (or even eat on your own). Book ahead!