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Value for Money
Collagen hotpots! Jan 24, 2012
Adverts always advocate that collagen can help to regenerate the skin cells in (women's) skin so that we all could look younger and keep ourselves at the age of 25. Even if you doubt the truth of this statement, you might want to try the Collagen hotpots that this shop provides.
For a table of 4 girls, the waiter was a bit surprised that we ordered 2 hotpots and one side dish only.
We were realy full at the end so you can tell how rich the meal is!
The chicken was a bit oily and fatty indeed, and the tartar sauce added in it makes it even greasy! ><
Maybe the service of this shop is too good.. they dont allow me to take picture for the "collagen" pieces and they mix the collagen solid thingy into the hotpot already:
Taste: Frankly we couldnt feel it is collagen but psychologically we feel like having better skin lol.
The taste is like jelly mixed into the meat and noodles, and it is quite special indeed!
Well priced, and would recommend you all to come to this soup for this special 九州 taste of japanese hotpots!
Date of Visit: Jan 16, 2012
Spending per head: Approximately HKD130(Dinner)
Value for Money4
quality not quantity :D Sep 11, 2010
6 people went there for dinner
i think they only just opened, so the staff are not very familiar with everything
besides 串燒, not a lot of other food to choose from
but most of them taste pretty good
fatty tuna + egg rice
NICE! i really liked it, it was fresh
portion a bit small, but just right for me
NICE! close to the ones in Japan!
very hard to find in HK
fresh also, not a lot of salmon slices though
very fried! haha a bit small
took a long long time before it came out
nice but no surprise
not bad, but not as nice as the soup ramen
not very special, but not bad
nice and crispy, black pepper taste very good
its rather expensive, but most of the food taste nice
you can feel that they use quality food materials
Table Wait Time: 15 minute(s)
Date of Visit: Aug 11, 2010
Spending per head: Approximately HKD100(Dinner)
Value for Money3
Authentic Japanese Food Aug 31, 2010
I booked the the table in Mou Mou Club at 6:30p.m. but just because I was late and they did not let me in. Though they said that they had mentioned this rule in our phone conversation, I am sure they did not remind me this point.
Then I went to this resaturant since we haven't tried this out yet.
We have been waiting outside this restaurant for around 20 mins though there are only 3-4 tables before us.
After stepping into the Dojo Hakata, I feel like going into a real japanese restaurant as its interior design, settings and deco makes up the environment.
We did not order their famous牛腸鍋 since we feel like vomiting if we eat internal organs ...
I ordered several kinds of robatayaki which are scallop, beef and minced chicken.
All robatayaki are perfectly seasoned and they were served right after they were done!
We then ordered Beef Tepanyaki and Shrimp Tempura.
Beef Tepanyaki is a bit too tough and the onion benneth the beef are not seasoned which is quite a fail.
Tempura is awesome, it's hot, crispy but not oily. Their sauce for it is nice as well, not that salty nor sweet.
Table Wait Time: 20 minute(s)
Date of Visit: Aug 07, 2010
Value for Money4
Good to try but not very cheap Aug 23, 2010
We tried this new place for dinner gathering on a weekday. Lucky we made a reservation in advance and we got a window seat. We saw people waiting at the door when we came in. The place looked pretty much like a local Japanese style restaurant. We ordered:
Special assorted sashimi set $198 - including salmon, white fish, shellfish, prawn & scallop; quite fresh but not very cheap for the price
Seafood salad with sliced turnip$68 – portion is big and tasted good and refreshing
Assorted skewers x 8 $178 - including chicken “soft bone”, mushroom, beef, bacon, octopus etc; okay but again not cheap
Deep fried chicken wings $32 - okay
Beef tongue with sea salt in skewers x 2 $64 – good
Prawn with salt in charcoal style in skewers x 4 $88 – very good dish that’s why we ordered one each!
Fried asparagus with butter $28 - okay
Fried salmon pieces $26 – okay
Kyushu style pork in hot pot min. portion for 2 $240 – it came with vegetable and the meat was good; a right balance between the pork and the veg
Sesame ice-cream x 4 $72 - okay nothing too surprising
There’s no doubt on the food offered with the price we paid and we kinda stuffed our face so we were very full. It was a satisfied meal at a convenient location within CWB.
Spending per head: Approximately HKD275(Dinner)
Value for Money3
Very poor Aug 15, 2010
Went there for dinner as wait time was very short compared to the other restaurants in WTC. Big mistake.
We first ordered shiitake, beef, scallop and chicken skewers as well as buttered asparagus. Strangely they serve each skewer individually instead of bringing them all. The shiitake was nothing like the one on the photo - 3 shrivelled, tired looking mushrooms. The chicken and beef were passable, but nothing special. In the end they forgot the scallops but we decided not to bother asking for it.
Then we had a tofu and beef tendon hotpot, teppanyaki beef intestines and teppanyaki pork noodles. The beef intestines were completely inedible, salty, and the whole thing had the consistency of rubber - a few bites and we ended up passing on the dish. The pork noodle teppanyaki was greasy and again, very salty. The tofu and beef tendon hotpot was fine, as the tendon was very tender, but with the skewers and the other dishes being so salty, it seemed very bland in comparison. Service was ordinary, nothing to complain about. Having just come back from a trip to Japan, we were very disappointed and feel that the place leaves a lot to be desired. Will not be returning.
Table Wait Time: 5 minute(s)
Date of Visit: Aug 14, 2010
Spending per head: Approximately HKD150(Dinner)
Value for Money2