Another concept in the long list of concepts put out there by Cafe Company Hong Kong and its parent company in Japan, Wired Green builds on the success of the two Wired Cafes currently operating in the city. This time, the focus is more on Japanese cuisine that Western-style cafe fare, with a wide range of regional specialties on offer at the restaurant’s location in the K11 Art Mall, just a block east of Tsim Sha Tsui station in Kowloon. Signature dishes like the five-type sashimi set, the meat and egg drop udon noodles, Kyoto-style grilled fish in miso, and the premium sushi platter are highly recommended. Other unusual options include the smoked beef tongue with pickle, but you can be just as content slurping down a bowl of Wired Green’s shoyu ramen noodles or the fusion oddity of menai cream udon. Looking for a complete meal? Go for the deep-fried kurobuta pork set.
food was good and food price is not so expensive,so I would like to come again. but I feel that saff are not so spirited.