Sushi Extravaganza: After its successful first establishment in Central, American-style sushi joint Chotto Maki returns with a second location in Wan Chai.
Look & Feel: Located along buzzing Amoy Street, the restaurant’s white facade and striking graphic logo immediately catch the eye. Inside, there are a few two-person tables. There’s a takeout counter streetside, too.
On the Menu: As its name suggests, Chotto Maki is all about different varieties of maki rolls, although you can also order single salmon, tuna, scallop and hamachi nigiri or aburi sushi or sashimi pieces, as well as sides such as miso, udon and salad.
There are the classic California ($68) and Philadelphia ($72) rolls, but you’ll want to go for Chotto Maki’s signatures that are served in four pieces, each packed to the brim with ingredients. There’s the Crunch (salmon, mixed greens, asparagus, tempura crunch, sakura shrimps, wasabi mayo, black sesame sauce, $72), the Sea Monster (crabstick, tempura prawn, cucumber, sakura shrimps, garlic chips, sweet potato powder, unigi sauce, house special sauce, $72) and much more. Look out for their monthly specials, too.
Great For: A quick grab-n-go office lunch.
FYI: Chotto Maki also caters events and does party packs of 48-64 pieces each.
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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.