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On the 101st floor of the ICC building, Inakaya flaunts a jaw-dropping, bird's-eye view of the city below, but the interior of the restaurant is equally extravagant—the highlight is the specialized robatayaki (the Japanese equivalent to barbecue) room, which has a long counter decorated with baskets of fresh ingredients. Choose your prey and the chefs will grill your meat/fish/vegetables to order and serve it the traditional way, on long wooden paddles. Because robatayaki is served in bite-sized morsels, prices can add up but it's a fun and unique experience. If you don't want to splurge on grilled goods, Inakaya also offers other washoku (Japanese cuisines) such as sushi and traditional, multicourse kaiseki meals.
- Address: Shop A, 101st fl., ICC, 1 Austin Rd West, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong
- Phone: 2972–2666
- Location: Tsim Sha Tsui
- No lunch Fri and Sat.
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