Yakiniku, the Japanese art of barbecuing meat to absolute perfection, has taken off in Hong Kong’s varied and exciting dining scene. While it’s true that this cuisine is available all over the city, the quality varies. Leading the charge among these hip restaurants is Yihe Japanese Yakiniku Restaurant in Kowloon. Found in a third-floor location on Tsim Sha Tsui’s Hart Avenue and just steps from Tsim Sha Tsui station, Yihe Japanese Yakiniku Restaurant is a must-visit for fans of great Japanese barbecue.
The quality and variety of food is really great. The service is also nice. One thing must be improved, free drinks should be included. Only provide hot tea is not enough.
No bad and yummy, go place to go with friends. Prices is reasonable with discount....However the sit arrangement still have room to improve, cause table for 2 was too small and service was not that great
Quite good service.There are different kinds of food and they are fresh and tasty. The location is good which is near MTR station,so it's convenient to go.
Yakiniku is popular for a number of reasons, one of the biggest being that it allows diners to dine communally. Guests gather around a grill where they can cook their meat selection to their liking, and they can sample a number of Korean side dishes like nameul and kimchi. Yihe Japanese Yakiniku Restaurant on Tsim Sha Tsui’s Hart Avenue allows guests to have a true Japanese experience, attracting tourists and locals alike.
At Yihe Japanese Yakiniku Restaurant, the food on offer is all you can eat! That’s right, folks – for 100 minutes, you can load up on as many fresh ingredients as you can and eat to your heart’s content in the restaurant’s lovely dining area. Bring the children along – if they’re under 120cm they’ll be able to eat at a discounted rate! You’ll never want to leave this popular Tsim Sha Tsui establishment – after all, there are over 60 different types of food to choose from. Yihe Japanese Yakiniku Restaurant can really pack in a crowd, so make sure to book in advance before visiting!