I was dining out on my own this time! Felt hungry early so decided to have an early dinner on my own before the post-6p.m. dining out ban! Didn't want to spent a fortune yet wanted to eat something good. Then I recalled this Japanese restaurant in CWB! It was located at a very convenient building in CWB, which was just a few steps out of MTR exits. Their a la carte menu had sashimi, sushi, sushi rolls, salads, appetizers, grilled dishes, deep fried dishes, hot pots, ramen, sashimi rice, rice dishes and desserts. As I was dining on my own, I decided to go for less carbs and order more small dishes to try out more of their food items.Creative SushiX-rated Salmon (left) $10 and 蝦蝦三笑 Shrimp Special (right 3) $38The name of this X-rated Salmon 軍艦 was so special. The toppings were actually diced salmon in kimchi sauce, which was really quite spicy. The texture of the diced salmon was not bad. The seaweed was reasonably crispy although I did not eat it right away.蝦蝦三笑 Shrimp Special was actually a mix of shrimp sashimi, cooked shrimp with crab paste, including 蟹膏甜蝦,蟹膏熟蝦and赤海蝦. I had to say that the crab paste was the best as it was really quite rich! 味之鰻 $45This sushi roll was actually rice rolls stuffed by cucumber shreds and lobster salad topped by grilled eel and cheese in grilled eel sauce. The cheese had obviously been grilled. There were 4 big rolls. Flavourwise, it was quite complicated with grilled eel sauce, fresh salads, grilled eel and cheese. If the grilled eel had been thicker, it would have been even better. Still, they were pretty delicious! There was no need to add wasabi or soy sauce. I personally liked their rolls more than sushi.Japanese Omelette with Cheese $58It was served on a mini wooden board with fork and knife so that you could cut it into slices as you like. It was topped by lots of 木魚碎 and those typical 鱆魚燒 salad dressing and sauce. There was obviously some cheese filling inside which had coagulated. Bottoming the egg omelette, there were sliced cabbages which went great with the sauce. The egg omelette was super hot and it went quite good with the cheese without being too greasy even finishing the whole dish on your own. The sauce made the dish even more tasty yet not overly salty. A good dish!Fried Ox Tongue in Stone Platter $50I was quite surprised that portion was quite generous with over 10 slices of ox tongues. They were served on a hot teppan that the cooking sound was so exciting! All the ox tongues were super tender and the garlic sauce was particularly delicious yet not overly salty. The sliced onions had absorbed the sauce well and were so sweet. The whole dish was topped by some chopped spring onion. Given the price, it was really quite a good deal.I was happy with most of their food items! Having tried so many different items, it was just around $200 per head. There was no service charge. Great value for money Japanese restaurant in such a prime location in CWB! Service was efficient and seating was very comfortable that I occupied a 4-person table on my own. Definitely encore-able!