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By Ashley Soo | July 6th, 2022
  • Casual Dining
  • Tsim Sha Tsui
  • Address: Shop 125, 1/F,Victoria Dockside, 18 Salisbury Road,Tsim Sha Tsui
  • Website: https://www.k11musea.com/taste/5-samurai/
  • Open Hours: Monday-Sunday
  • Open Since: May, 2022
  • Phone: 5290 2900
  • Cuisine: Japanese
  • Ambience: Traditional

Experiencing Japanese Gastronomic Indulgence: The newest addition to K11 MUSEA restaurants, 5 Samurai features authentic Japanese fares on its menu including teppanyaki and yakitori, while serving craft beers, premium sake or wines, and cocktails under the guidance of the ‘Kikisake-shi’ sake masters and award-winning mixologists. 

Image: 5 Samurai

Look & Feel: You won’t miss 5 Samurai while roaming K11 MUSEA with its semi-open design that lures you in with the smokey smell of grilled fares. The spacious interior stays true to the simple yet refined style of Japanese cuisine and adopts neutral colors. A few more steps into the eatery is a stretch of the view of the Victoria Harbour presented to you by a set of floor-to-ceiling windows, contributing to a relaxed environment to dine in either daytime or after-hours.  

On The Menu: “Dining isn’t all just about filling the stomach,” said Diana Hsu, the co-founder of ​​5 Samurai. “In Five Samurai, we believe food is more than just fuel for your body and we are here to deliver an exceptional dining experience to everyone.” 

Meat lovers would appreciate 5 Samurai’s wagyu dishes, made with the A4 and A5 Kumamoto “WAON” beef from wagyu cow raised with tender care for over 28 months, also known as the king of wagyu. If you haven’s had enough of the rich umami layered from kushiyaki fresh off the grill, the restaurant’s A5 Wagyu Sando will surely fill the void. 

Image: 5 Samurai

And what’s a better accompaniment to teppanyaki, yakitori, kushiyaki, tempura and multiple other Japanese fares than a nice drink? Utilise the eatery’s experiential spaces dedicated to craft beers, premium sake or wines, and cocktails and look your the best match that does the food justice. 

Image: 5 Samurai

Great For: Happy hour! 

FYI: Book here!

This writeup is a news piece and was not based on a restaurant visit. The Loop HK will update this post once we’ve visited in person.

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