Located in a five-star hotel, Hagaki brings a sense of intimacy with compact layout, creating a mood of Japanese cuisine.
East Hotel’s European Executive Chef manages Hagaki very well; it’s always crowded at noon on weekdays. If you want a date, dinner will be suggested.
There are abundant choices in Hagaki, from sushi, te-maki, oden to sashimi and sashimi rice.
Sweet Shrimp Sashimi tastes very fresh while sushi rolls slightly miss the standard.
Agemono are delicious; the sashimi portion of sashimi rice is slightly small; free appetizers are unexpected good.