Support Japan by Dining out Japanese: Sushi Kuu

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The Japanese restaurants suffered greatly after the massive quake and radiation scares, but it seems to have picked up a little the last three weeks. We went to Sushi Kuu, a favourite of my visiting ex-flatmate, Sam. M ordered on behalf of the table and here’s all the good stuff.
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lean pork salad with lots of delicious crisp fried garlic slices and zesty flavours courtesy of the drizzled lime juice from sliced limes that came with the dish.

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A mixed bowl of lots of things, haven’t had anything like this in a Japanese restaurant. Thumbs up for the mix.
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A crispy pork cutlet served on a hot plate with raw egg.

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salmon in a wonderful savory sauce wrapped in fresh leaves (I forget the name of the leaves) that was rich and refreshing at once.
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Grilled teriyaki chicken. YUM. Still curious about that magenta coloured spring onion look alike. I ate one, but I still can’t put an identity on it. Anyone know what that is?

Sushi Kuu
1/F, Wellington Place, 2-8 Wellington Street, Central
Hong Kong
Tel: +852 2971 0180

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  1. Hong Kong bites: Kushiyaki Beco
    Dec 31, 2011 @ 22:34:42

    […] Didn’t manage to squeeze in a last post for 2011, but here is the edited draft Met with lovely e_ting, one of the food authorities in Hong Kong. She suggested this izakaya where chefs hang out after work, run by the same owners of Sushi Kuu. […]

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