10% service charge ($20 / $39 / $77) based on Groupon price applies, paid in cash.
Booked session will be counted as used for absentees or latecomers (more than 30min).
$114 (+$11 service charge) for child (90-130cm) aged 4 or below (please notify merchant during booking).
All customers of the same table must use Groupon, or else original price applies.
Kindly call merchant for enquiry for bookings of 8 and above, intended visit on specific dates / time prior to purchase Groupon.
Each Groupon is entitled to one $100 cash voucher (please refer to the terms and conditions printed on the back of the cash voucher for details.); valid for next purchase for regular-priced food and drinks on the menu; one cash voucher valid for use with every $400 spent, two cash vouchers valid for use with every $800 spent; cash voucher valid for 60 days from date of redemption.
Each customer also receives a $100 cash voucher valid for ala carte food and drinks for $300 and above.
Morihachi Yakiniku 盛八日式燒肉店
Carving out a space for itself within Hong Kong’s grilled cuisine scene, the quadruplets of Morihachi Yakiniku 盛八日式燒肉店 position their homages to Japanese bars within the rush of Central’s Lyndhurst Terrace, Causeway Bay, Tsim Sha Tsui, and Mong Kok. Customers who like having control of their own dining experience watch savoury cuts of meat sizzle and sear over glowing embers, basted with one’s choice of three sauces on offering. Lighter repasts come courtesy of a sizable menu containing noodley concoctions, samplings of fresh sushi, and other traditional goodies from the Land of The Rising Sun, washed down with healthy glugs of the eatery’s signature beverage – the Morihachi cooler, an icy blend of white wine, orange, and grapefruit juice.
I’ve been to Morihachi a few times before and I keep going back because of their good quality food and great value-for-money. The environment is super casual and you are pretty much left alone to grill your own food at your own pace which really works for me. – Sep 26, 2014