At the most bustling and lavish hub of Hong Kong there sits a casual and chummy eatery, kikusan. Welcoming diners with an open kitchenette where chefs are making dim sums from scratch, the restaurant opens up all its wooden windows to demonstrate its straightforward and friendly character.
kikusan prepares various Asian cuisines meticulously with the unique spirit, attitude and connotation of Japanese culinary arts. The modest restaurant’s heartfelt offerings include a variety of small plates, dim sum, rice and noodles, sushi with 5-grain rice at reasonable prices. To cater the busy Centralers, hassle-free takeaways of maki and hot dishes are also available.