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Sushi One: Japanese Food in Hong Kong

Diana Chan December 6, 2012 Japanese, Three Beakers, Tuen Mun

Sushi One is a chain of Japanese restaurants in Hong Kong. We were shopping in the Tuen Mun area and decided to stop here for Japanese food. I’ve been craving for some sushi since Japanese is my all time favorite cuisine. If I go a week without Japanese food, I may just fall apart.

There are about 5 restaurants around Hong Kong since 2005.

The interior is cozy. You can sit at the booths or at the counter.

The menu is located online here: http://sushione.com.hk/product1-set-tm1.php?lang=

There is also a moving sushi belt, but the sushi is a bit expensive.

It looks like scoops of green tea, but it’s wasabi!

Ebi Tempura comes with 4 pieces and a sauce on the side.

2 Wagyu Beef nigiri and 2 uni nigiri.

The Wagyu Beef nigiri tasted OK, but they would have added something else to bring out the flavour of the meat.

The Uni Nigiri took a long time to arrive. It also seemed like it was just thawed out too. Not very fresh and then texture was very different.

Curry Pork Cutlet over Rice ($45) wasn’t very good. It was so hard to finish too.

Chawan mushi is a Japanese steamed egg pudding that comes with every meal. It’s really delicious and savory!

Assorted Sashimi over Rice ($55) comes with chawanmushi too. SO beautiful when it arrived at the table. It was delicious too. The sashimi wasn’t as good as what you would find in Vancouver, but still you get a good amount of items in this bowl.

Overall, the dishes can be a hit or a miss, but their lunch menu is decently priced and you will get full.

We Rate Sushi One: 

Address:
Shop 3206, 3/F
Tuen Mun Town Plaza Phrase 1, Tuen Mun

Website:
http://sushione.com.hk/ 

About The Author

Diana started Foodology in 2010 because she just eats out everyday! She started a food blog to share her love of food with the world! She lives in Vancouver, BC and adores the diversity of food around her. She will go crazy for churros and lattes.

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