- Kowloon, Tsim Sha Tsui
- Address: Shop UG01-03, UG/F,15 Middle Road,Tsim Sha Tsui
- Open Hours: 4 pm to 12 am from Sunday to Thursday; 4 pm to 2 am on Friday and Saturday
- Open Since: January 27th, 2023
- Cuisine: Asian, Izakaya, Japanese, Yakitori
- Ambience: Intimate, Trendy
Vibrant & Contemporary Japanese Hideaway: Room 3 has opened its doors in the bustling & fashionable H Zentre in Tsim Sha Tsui. Founded and managed by Dining Art Group, the Tokyo hideaway-style gastrobar is set to be a hit with its revolutionary cocktails and cutting-edge Japanese tapas.
Look & feel: As you walk in, you’ll be greeted by the stylish & urban entrance area. The coal-pebbled floor, Japanese pendant lamp, and reflections of a bamboo forest transcend you into the ritzy Ginza feel. The bamboo forest is set as the inspiration for Room 3, with brown and natural tones weaving throughout the 3,000 sq. ft. space. They’ve has carefully divided the space into intimate aesthetic spaces made for socializing.
Akasaka room features a statement bar and classic Japanese architectural elements. The Ginza room oozes boujie & seductive with the breathtaking chandelier, curved tables, and mirrored walls. The Roppongi room is a cozy, low-lit space dressed with a leaf-patterned wall. This area evokes the true feeling of hiding in the forest & natural energy.
On the Menu: As a Japanese-styled gastro bar, Room 3 prides itself on the quality of its food menu. From elaborate snacks to exquisite plates to light mains, there are gourmet temptations to satisfy everyone. Japanese Tapas include Sea Urchin Fish Balls and Room 3 Cones – a trio of mentaiko, Hokkaido uni, and snow crab meat. The seasonal specialty of White Eel & Kagoshima Wagyu Sirloin is bound to melt your senses away. Finish it all up with some delectable house-made cocktails, inspired by Japanese flavors.
Great For: Socializing with friends & a glamourous date night.
To celebrate their arrival, a 10% discount on all food and drinks can be enjoyed until 31 January 2023. Check out more details on their website here.
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