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Nami Izakaya

Soundwill Plaza in Causeway Bay is one of the city’s premier high-rise food buildings, housing a plethora of restaurants. The recent grand opening of Nami Izakaya will certainly add to its already stellar line-up of distinctive outlets.

Nami offers the traditional Japanese Izakaya (snacks and alcohol, akin to pubs and taverns, or tapas bars) dining popular during Japan’s Edu period. The outlet is lively, flamboyant, and colourful, its expansive premise decorated in red and dark brown wood, accented by bright-coloured hand-painted murals depicting architecture and street scenes of Kyoto which are designed by Local Hong Kong artists.

Nami offers an extensive menu of tasty Izakaya snacks (over 50 items), and other popular Japanese items including sashimi, sushi, skewers, shabu-shabu, sukiyaki, donburi, and udon to complement its large selection of alcoholic drinks of sakes, beers, and wines.

True to form, our meal was greeted with a non-stop parade of delectable dishes. For snacks, we had Deep-fried Tofu with Crab Meat & Crab Roe ($78), Lobster Salad with Crab Roe ($78), Japanese Sea Grapes ($58) from Okinawa, Angler Fish Liver ($78), Wagyu Beef Tataki ($198) which is tender and melting, and Scallop in Lemon Soy Sauce ($98). For soup, we tried Seafood Soup in Teapot ($68/serving) which is quite flavourful.

The sashimi and sushi are excellent too - fresh and tender.  Supreme Sashimi Platter ($568) is a real treat as we devoured a large plate of succulent seafood including toro, snapper, red bream, spot prawn and scallop. For sushi, we had Premium Sushi Platter ($298) and Nami Sushi ($128) - both good. Also tasty are Unadon ($198) - rice topped with a foot -long whole eel grilled and marinated with house made sauce, Deluxe Trip Don ($228), and Crab Meat and Crab Paste in Shell ($168), a yummy delicacy.

We finished the hearty meal with Pineapple Sorbet ($78) and Yuzu Sorbet ($68). The house brand Nami Sake ($580/720ml) also hit the spot nicely. 

Nami is destined to become one of the latest popular dining hotspots in the city. Whether it’s with your family or a group of friends, a meal at Nami makes for a fun and filling dining experience. Give it a try.Plaza in Causeway Bay is one of the city’s premier high-rise food buildings, housing a plethora of restaurants. The recent grand opening of Nami Izakaya will certainly add to its already stellar line-up of distinctive outlets.

Nami offers the traditional Japanese Izakaya (snacks and alcohol, akin to pubs and taverns, or tapas bars) dining popular during Japan’s Edu period. The outlet is lively, flamboyant, and colourful, its expansive premise decorated in red and dark brown wood, accented by bright-coloured hand-painted murals depicting architecture and street scenes of Kyoto which are designed by Local Hong Kong artists.

Nami offers an extensive menu of tasty Izakaya snacks (over 50 items), and other popular Japanese items including sashimi, sushi, skewers, shabu-shabu, sukiyaki, donburi, and udon to complement its large selection of alcoholic drinks of sakes, beers, and wines.

True to form, our meal was greeted with a non-stop parade of delectable dishes. For snacks, we had Deep-fried Tofu with Crab Meat & Crab Roe ($78), Lobster Salad with Crab Roe ($78), Japanese Sea Grapes ($58) from Okinawa, Angler Fish Liver ($78), Wagyu Beef Tataki ($198) which is tender and melting, and Scallop in Lemon Soy Sauce ($98). For soup, we tried Seafood Soup in Teapot ($68/serving) which is quite flavourful.

The sashimi and sushi are excellent too - fresh and tender.  Supreme Sashimi Platter ($568) is a real treat as we devoured a large plate of succulent seafood including toro, snapper, red bream, spot prawn and scallop. For sushi, we had Premium Sushi Platter ($298) and Nami Sushi ($128) - both good. Also tasty are Unadon ($198) - rice topped with a foot -long whole eel grilled and marinated with house made sauce, Deluxe Trip Don ($228), and Crab Meat and Crab Paste in Shell ($168), a yummy delicacy.

We finished the hearty meal with Pineapple Sorbet ($78) and Yuzu Sorbet ($68). The house brand Nami Sake ($580/720ml) also hit the spot nicely. 

Nami is destined to become one of the latest popular dining hotspots in the city. Whether it’s with your family or a group of friends, a meal at Nami makes for a fun and filling dining experience. Give it a try.

 

 

Address: 1/F, Soundwill Plaza 2- Midtown, 1-29 Tang Lung Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong

Telephone: 2383 4038

 

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