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The venerable Inagiku, one of Hong Kong’s best known Japanese restaurants, now has a new name: Shikigiku Japanese Restaurant. The moniker rebrand, which can be interpreted as “the four seasons”, reflects a move towards a new era in Japanese cooking in which chefs continuously expand their ingredient selection, skills and creativity. Executive Chef Goto and Tempura Chef Sakuma will continue to take charge of both Shikigiku outlets, serving artisan tempura, sashimi, sushi, teppanyaki and Kaiseki, using only the choicest, freshest and most natural ingredients, sourced mostly from Japan.

Shikigiku’s trademark item is still tempura, lovingly prepared from a proprietary recipe using superior batter, quality sesame oil and fresh ingredients. Prepared at the table, watching the tempura chef at work is an absorbing experience and a highlight of the meal.

To mark the name change, a special launch menu is available between 1 April and 31 May at both outlets. Priced at $1,580 per person, the menu showcases Chef Goto and Chef Sakuma signature items. They include, among other things, Tempura Wagyu Beef Rolled with Sea Urchin; Grilled Kagoshima Wagyu Beef with Sea Urchin; Grilled Abalone with Rock Salt; Mieken Lobster Simmered with Chef’s Special Stock; and Kama Steamed Rice with Saga Beef and Mitsuna Vegetables.



Hong Kong Branch

4/F Four Seasons Hotel, 8 Finance Street, Central

2805 0600

Kowloon Branch

1/F The Royal Garden, 69 Mody Road, Tsim Sha Tsui East

2733 2933



(Edited on 8 May 2018)


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