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Japanese food can often been seen as somewhat clinical and precise – and commensurately lacking in heart – but at Washoku House in the centre of Wan Chai, they’re going the complete other way. They offer family-owned, cosy comfort food, with friendly staff and a welcoming atmosphere, and dishes that show the more crowd-pleasing side of Japanese cuisine.That means Tonkatsu, fried pork cutlet in a bento box, and a famous, secret recipe eel dish that keeps the punters coming back time and again. They’re easy enough to find as well: just jump to MTR down to Wan Chai and take the exit out onto Thomson Road and you’ll be there in no time, scoffing away on some of the finest home-style Japanese food to be found anywhere in Hong Kong. Do makes sure that you book a table in advance, however, as they can get very busy on occasion.