Long before the time when Japanese dramas were broadcasted on TV.
It is located near Tai Koo Plaza by the residential flats and its first review dates back to 2007.
The decor was quite nice, it was mainly wood and black.
They had pork knuckles as well but I tried other stuff.
After you have ordered, they give you some jellyfish pickles.
Musabi with roe:
The roe in the middle was quite salty and hard.
Congee with sea kelp and fish roe:
There is orange cod roe in the congee which gives it some slight flavour if you really concentrate your tastebuds.
Bitter gourd panfried dumplings:
After dipping it in the vinaigrette, it was even more delicious as the bitterness was reduced.
Squid ink soup:
I was expecting the soup to be slighty thicker and not transparent.
Basically it tasted the same as the miso soup I had earlier.
Udon stir fried in squid ink sauce:
However the slices of pork were not lean, and the squid ink taste was not prominent.
It tasted like udon stir fried in oyster sauce because it was quite sweet.
Overall the portions here were reasonably big.