Friday, June 4, 2010

Bento Beauty

I’m always in the mood for Japanese food. In fact, if I could only eat one type of cuisine for the rest of my life, I’m pretty sure it’ll be Japanese. I am also notoriously difficult to get to Kowloon (no sense of direction, everything I want is on the island etc) However, I just may be tempted to venture to the dark side for Busy Suzie’s new lunch set menu which seems to be a steal at HK$98. The last time I was there, the Teriyaki Beef Set was pretty good so I know the food would be yummy and I have fond memories of their milk custard dessert. (Disclosure, Busy Suzie is a client of the day job.)

For the uninitiated, Busy Suzie is the brainchild of the Dragon-i folks and is a robatayaki restaurant and lounge bar housed in a former lighthouse building of the Marine Police headquarters conversion, Heritage 1881 in Tsim Sha Tsui. For HK$98 you can choose between Sushi with Soba; Pork Cutlet Donburi; Eel “Kabayaki”; Beef or Chicken Teriyaki and Vegetarian Tempura Set - all served with salad, vegetable sakizuke, Japanese egg custard and fruit.

Eel Kabayaki Set

Chicken Terriyaki Set

Vegetarian Tempura Set

Pork Cutlet Doburi Set

Teriyaki Beef Set

In addition to this special offer, Busy Suzie also offers premium lunch sets such as the Seafood Robatayaki featuring 3 kinds of seafood (HK$250) and Deluxe Sushi and Sashimi Set featuring assorted sushi with three kinds of sashimi, somen noodles (HK$200). Like the HK$98 sets, these are served with grilled vegetables, salad, sakizuke, pickles, Japanese egg custard, rice, miso soup and fruit.

Seafood Robatayaki Set

Deluxe Sushi and Sashimi Set

Now the question is, when do I go try it out? I hear rumours that they may be starting weekend brunches soon so should I wait?

For reservations, please call (852) 2369 0077.
busy suzie
Shop 209, 1881 Heritage,
2A Canton Road
Tsim Sha Tsui,
Hong Kong

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