Modern Japanese in HK : RONIN

RŌNIN is a Japanese inspired dining bar with a focus on fish and seafood. Food menu varies day-to-day depending on the selection of fresh market products available.

Reservations are available up to 2 weeks in advance and reservation system opens at 12AM, Monday to Saturday.
There are 12 bar seats that can be reserved (there are no tables) and another 12 standing bar seats which are usually for walk-ins.

RŌNIN is located at the end of Kau U Fong, on the ground floor of a dark grey building with a wooden sliding door handle. You might have some trouble locating this restaurant at first, the easiest would be to get to Gough Street where most cafes and shops are located, then walk down a short flight of stairs onto On Wo Lane.

This is one of my favourite restaurant in Hong Kong, which serves quality produce at a price that doesn’t burn a hole in your pocket. Which is one of the reasons why they are such a hit. Featured below are some of my ‘must try’ at RŌNIN.

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Uni with Fresh Nori & Aonori Panko [240HKD]
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Kagoshima Beef with Maitake & Egg Yolk [390HKD]
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Flower Crab with Uni & Mitsuba [360HKD]

Will I Return O-Meter :

Ronin
8 On Wo Lane, Central Hong Kong
上環安和里8號
+852 2547 5263
seats@roninhk.com (For seat reservations)

http://roninhk.com

Opening Hours:
Mon – Sat: 6.00pm – 12.00am
Last food and drink orders taken at 11:45PM
Closed Sunday

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