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Sushi Kuu

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Sushi Kuu might not look different than other modern Japanese restaurants at first glance, but the combination of über innovative dishes, very fresh ingredients and some fantastic Japanese home-style cuisine, creates a winning formula that makes you feel happy for making this place your dinner destination...

 

Tranquil ambience and sleek modern design, with clean lines and plenty of warm wood tones, turns Sushi Kuu into an island of serenity amidst Lan Kwai Fong's boisterousness (although it can get slightly noisy when it is packed)...

 

The menu features a nice choice of inventive Sushi and Sashimi creations, that are not only fresh and delicious but also look very artistic, but surprisingly enough, the classic Japanese home-style dishes are the menu's real superstars...

 

Prices are quite average for a chic Japanese restaurant: Around HK$ 400 per person for dinner (and as little as half of that, if you go for their "lunch deals")

 

Open daily for lunch and dinner (until around 11pm)

 

1/F, Wellington Place, 2-8 Wellington St, Central, 2971 0180