Enmaru

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Restaurant

WI-FI available
Accepts Credit Card(s)
Serves Food
Open hours
Today

From 12:00 to 23:00

Closed 3:00 pm - 6.30 pm

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Cuisine
Region
Asian, Japanese
Type
Steak And Grill, Tapas, Sushi / Sashimi, Seafood
Meals
dinner, lunch
Drinks

Beer, Cocktails, Spirits, Wine, Non alcoholic

Nearest Rail Link

Causeway Bay

Venue Theme

Tapas, Haut Cuisine / Fine Dining

Last update

13 April 2016

Description

Originated from Japan, ENMARU Izakaya has long been renowned for its exceptional classic Japanese cuisine and an array of ENMARU iconic homemade dishes. The impeccable food quality and outstanding service also make ENMARU the only Japanese restaurant being crowned a duo champion of two nationwide restaurant competitions in Japan – the “Izakaya Koshien 2010” as well as the “S1 Server Grand Prix 2011”. ENMARU has now stepped into the culinary scene of Hong Kong with its grand opening at Times Square offering food lovers a modern yet genuine taste of authentic Japanese cuisine. The Finest Classical Robatayaki – A Perfect Enjoyment of Visual and Taste The soul of the entire design falls on a magnificent and one of a kind open robatayaki counter taking pride of place in the heart of the restaurant, offering chefs a “stage” to showcase their extravagant grilling technique where diners are ensured to get to experience a journey of exquisite visual and taste.

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Specialties

The highly flammable binchotan (white charcoal) plays an integral role in the grilling process, in which dishes are grilled to its perfectness by the far infrared ray generated from the 900°C heat of burning binchotan. The highlight is the adoption of vertical grilling in which not only juice and freshness of the meat are perfectly retained, but also smoke generated by meat juice dripped on charcoal can be avoided. Guests sitting at the robatayaki counter will hardly feel oily smell of cooking. Inherited from authentic robatayaki tradition, delicacies are arranged on a long wooden paddle and served by chefs offering diners the most typical Japanese dining experience.