Eat: Sushi Ono

9/F 11 Stanley Street, Cen­tral | T 5989 5429

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We’re ac­cus­tomed to pay­ing through the nose for omakase in Hong Kong, so a mod­estly priced omakase meal is a breath of fresh air. At his lat­est ven­ture, Sushi Ono, restau­ra­teur John Liang (the man be­hind Three Mon­keys, Chibee, Shimo and more) has in­tro­duced a 13- to 15-course din­ner menu of jet-fresh seafood and veg­eta­bles flown in daily from Tokyo for $900. This in­cludes yel­low tail aburi sashimi dressed with Ky­oto onion, cu­cum­ber crab roll stuffed with queen crab and sea urchin, and thinly sliced squid noo­dles topped with myoga and ohba ed­i­ble flow­ers. The lunch set, which starts at $240, in­cludes the ex­clu­sive sig­na­ture tuna in three styles (aka­mai, aburi and toro don) and is not to be missed.

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