Area: Wan Chai
Kitchen: Modern Japanese
Price range: appetizers from 58 hkd | makimono from 88 hkd | hosomaki from 68 hkd | temaki from 88 hkd | grilled skewers from 88 hkd | tempura from 68 hkd | mains from 248 hkd | nigiri/sashimi from 48 hkd | dessert from 58 hkd.
When to go: Perfect place for a fabulous lunch or dinner with friends.
Lunch: Lunch set from 298 hkd. That includes miso soup, vegetarian tempura, pickles, main and dessert.
Brunch: Due to covid, the lunch set is also available in the weekends along with the à la carte menu.
Al fresco: Yes! The terrace bar can host from day though late evening, featuring stunning views across Wan Chai and has a triple-height living wall.
Reservations: Zoku accepts walk-ins, but reservations are recommended and can be made through their website.
Experience: Hong Kong’s most highly anticipated hotel has finally opened in December 2020 in Wan Chai. Zoku is one of the two restaurants, with overlooking chef Phillip Pak. Zoku, a Japanese term for family or clan, is based on the second floor and is all about experimenting with techniques and textures. Feeling at home in their lounge-style dining room, the menu features a wide range of dishes including sushi, sashimi, tempura, kushiyaki (grilled skewers) and modern Japanese mains. The mixologist in the house is Sabrina Budden, and with creative cocktails like Wan Chai Sour -that tastes like the HK pineapple bun-, you’ll have an unforgettable meal.
Kiki & Amèl’s favourites: Sushi lunch set with salmon roll / vegetable tempura / salmon/tuna sashimi / coconut-infused mochi.
Address: ZOKU | The Hari, 2F, 330 Lockhart Road, Wan Chai.