More about the restaurant: Tabibito
Japanese food is more than just a trend in Hong Kong, and the ways that the good people of the city like to enjoy it are numerous. There are sushi and sashimi joints, of course, and plenty of yakitori grills too, and for those with a taste for a bit of everything know that izakaya is the only option. This is the Japanese take on tapas, a feast of small plates with flavours taken from all over the land of the rising sun. At Tabibito on Po Hing Fong in Sheung Wan, they offer an array of these dishes: twice-cooked ox tongue, grilled maki rice, steamed razor clams stuffed with eringi mushrooms and edamame among others. Head towards Sai Ying Pun or Sheung Wan MTR stations and wander up the hill until you reach Po Hing Fong – then you can indulge in some of the finest Japanese cuisine in Hong Kong at Tabibito.