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Laid within the coddling confines of Causeway Bay’s Fashion Walk, the 2012 Morihachi Group hatchling joins its established Nippon-influenced siblings – yakiniku, ramen, and tonkatsu kinmata veterans – in Hong Kong’s culinary arena. Its substantial menu tinges traditional Japanese offerings with Western and Asian influences, glimpsed in gooey ramekins of cheesy gratin rice, large breakfast fry-ups, seafood broths, and even the unorthodox creation that is Italian cuttlefish farm bread, served alongside snails in mustard sauce. As far as specialities go, the eatery’s name gives the game away; egg dishes are the crux of most meals, with particular reverence paid to the omnipresent omurice. Chefs whip yolks into submission, blanketing steaming hills of rice in fluffy omelettes, before smothering everything in lashings of deeply-spiced curries, savoury cuts of meat, or luxurious shavings of black truffles. As repasts reach their denouement, extend grasps around plates bearing sweet somethings that run the gamut from off-beat ice creams (lavender and Yakult-flavoured) to creamy cheesecakes, or opt for caffeine hits with homemade coffee crowned with saccharine foam art creations.
Shop L102, 1/F, 9 Kingston Street, Fashion Walk Causeway BayGet Directions