Ah Japan. The Land of the Rising Sun, the land of Hello Kitty and Studio Ghibli, of steepling suicide rates and plunging birth rates. At this rate, it’ll be empty by Christmas. The one thing left amid the decaying cherry blossoms and disused Totoro toys will be the cuisine, which remains one of the greatest in the world, beloved from its chic sushi bars to its dive yakitori izakayas. If you’re in Hong Kong and you want to taste the very best in Japanese eating, then you need to be going to Superior Manya Japanese Restaurant on Nathan Road in Mong Kok, where the fish is always fresh and the teppanyaki grill is always flaming. They offer buffets and an a la carte menu, and whether you like your dinner fishy or meaty, in a bowl or on a stick, fried or grilled, there can only be one place to pick up Japanese classics in the heart of Hong Kong. Take the train to Mong Kok station and then wander around the corner – Superior Manya is right there in front of you.
款 式 多 ， 不 過 不 失 。 唔 算 最 好 食 果 間 。 有 Hoegaarden 啤 酒 同 movenpick 雪 糕 。
魚生寫幾多都係是但執幾片俾你 4個人去寫12隻蝦都係黎得4隻,帶子又係俾得一堆碎黎 好在每次入單都有,唯有狂入單 唔怪得成晚坐唔滿客(一半左右) Plates never come with the numbers you ordered. You have to place many orders. No wonder why the place was half full for the whole night.