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Nothing else comforts quite like Japanese barbecue, and at Woo Tung Yakiniku Dining Bar’s Sheung Wan branch, you’ll experience it alongside delicious drinks, great service and an inviting atmosphere to boot. Found on the ground floor of the Fu Fai Commercial building, just steps from Sheung Wan station, Woo Tung Yakiniku invites you to experience their Japanese hospitality and incredible cuisine at their hip location on Hiller street, in between Burd Street and Jervois Street.
Good food and rather good service since they would cook the food for you. The meal at 400HKD for two people is rather nice to have.
Yakiniku is all the rage right now in Hong Kong, and there’s merit to the hype – nothing quite beats barbecuing premium Japanese meats right from the comfort of your table. But to really stand out among the many options in Hong Kong, you have to offer something truly special, and that’s just what Woo Tung Yakiniku Dining Bar does. What sets them apart? Its their friendly, smiling service that’s made them well-known around Sheung Wan. You’ll never be left with an empty plate or drink at this fantastic restaurant – Woo Tung’s servers are true professionals!
Woo Tung Yakiniku Dining’s Sheung Wan outlet – inside the Fu Fai Commercial Building on Hiller Street – is as stylish as they come, and features a sleek modern environment that’s impressive on its very own. At this great Japanese barbecue restaurant, you can cook your meat and vegetables to your liking on the built-in grill at your table, or you can opt for one of several mains prepared in Woo Tung’s kitchen. We like the deep-fried pork rice with curry, the Japanese grilled eel rice and the Woo Tung BBQ pork ramen, but you also can’t go wrong with the unique fried pangasius with cheese and nuts, which comes served along with soup, salad and rice. For an unforgettable yakiniku experience, Woo Tung in Sheung Wan is a top-notch choice, so do yourself a favour and book in advance!