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By Ashley Soo | May 4th, 2022
  • Casual Dining
  • HK Island
  • Address: No. 112-113, 1st floor,118 Peak Road,The Peak, Hong Kong
  • Website: https://www.sensensushi.com/en/
  • Open Hours: Monday-Sunday
  • Capacity: 112
  • Open Since: January, 1970
  • Cuisine: Sushi, Asian
  • Ambience: Casual

Taste of Japan: Following the success of its OP Mall store in Tsuen Wan, Sen Sen Sushi Peak Galleria, opening just last week, is where you get a taste of Japan via fresh sushi while enjoying the views at The Peak

Look & Feel: Occupied by boxes of cabin seatings, the sushi restaurant takes cues from the interiors of local Japanese diners, offering visitors an all-around experience that rivals an authentic Japanese meal. Sitting inside the Peak Galleria, diners also get to enjoy views of the cityscape where the sky melts into the mountain ranges outside of the window. 

Image: Sen Sen Sushi

On The Menu: Who can resist sushi? Aspire to bring only the freshest sushi to its customers, Sen Sen Sushi Peak Galleria serves only the greatest value of ingredients from all around the world on top of its slightly sweet and sticky “Nanatsuboshi” rice, balanced with the house-special sushi vinegar. 

To celebrate the grand opening of its second store in the city, the sushi restaurant offers a “Japanese raw tuna eating comparison set”, which serves five pieces of sushi with red meat, semi-fatty tuna, and prime fatty tuna, exclusively at its new store at The Peak for only HK$100. If you are not satisfied with the made-in-Japan tuna, definitely give its Ise Ebi (Lobster) Sushi and The-Peak-exclusive a try. You won’t be disappointed by the luxurious taste, sweetness and sumptuous presentation!

Great For: Reward lunch after a morning hike!

FYI: Sen Sen Sushi Peak Galleria is not a kaitenzushi restaurant! The sushi is made to order.

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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.