Thursday, 28 November 2013


A while back, before the whole incident of the hospital runs and emergencies, I was recommended to come to this Japanese Teppanyaki restaurant and try out the chef's skills and food. There are only limited seating so booking is essential. When I first looked at the front door, it took me a while to think how to pronounce the restaurant name. Just like an "I" & a "M" therefore i m.

Mostly Japanese sake and wine.
Wine selection isn't bad
 Marimo (Japanese Moss)

 There were only two choices from the dinner set menu to try from, so that's what we went for. It was either the Teppanyaki Set Menu or Mok's Menu. The difference the two menu is that Mok's Menu has the extra choice of having either abalone or lobster and foie gras (duck liver). On top of that, the choice of beef.
When you're there, don't hesitate to ask Chef Lawrence for his recommendations on wine, he might even tell you to try a white wine produced in Japan.


It's common to have a fried rice, miso soup and pickled vegetables to end the meal before having a dessert. Even thought it's Teppanyaki, overall, I find there were quite a few techniques used in fusion cookery. Some may find this to be over their price range but you get what you pay for. Through out the night during the whole meal, I really did appreciate how the chef did not use so much oil into the food as he preps and cooks.

Melons were definitely in season

134 Tung Lo Wan Road
Tai Hang
Hong Kong
Tel : 2570 7088

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