In the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui, a fusion of Asian and Western flavours are being offered at Window Kitchen. Serving sushi, sashimi, delicious noodles, seafood and grilled specialities, the restaurant is a magnet for local gourmands, as well as for tourists looking to tap into the city’s world-famous culinary scene. Found on the third floor of Bowa House – on Nathan Road, just moments from Jordan station – Window Kitchen is a must-visit for adventurous local diners.
Window Kitchen is an innovative establishment that’s known for pushing the envelope. The sushi on offer can’t be found in any other restaurant, and the drinks are phenomenal – in fact, Window Kitchen’s sake selection is known to be one of the very best in Hong Kong, with numerous uncommon varieties on offer to thrill the taste buds. Local gourmets looking to chow down on some of Hong Kong’s very best Asian dishes are encouraged to make their way over to Tsim Sha Tsui’s Nathan Road for an unforgettable flavour experience.
The seafood dishes at Window Kitchen are particularly delicious, and feature the freshest daily catch, ensuring the best flavour in every dish. We recommend going for the sushi and sashimi with rare seafood finds like jack mackerel, live Sakhalin surf clam, salmon belly, swordfish belly, oil fish and ark shell. There are also a number of French-inspired dishes plus amazing salads, grilled dishes, and an array of homemade ice creams and desserts. Hurry over to to Window Kitchen in Hong Kong’s Tsim Sha Tsui to try all of their incredible fusion and Asian delights, but make sure to book ahead!