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During my last trip to HK, I was taken to Haku!
Hongkong is today a incredible City, also when it comes to eating. One can find everything and anything.
Having lived in Hongkong for five years in the early seventies, I knew the old colonial...More
Date of visit: April 2019
Carrie_Kwong_HK, Public Relations Manager at HAKU, responded to this reviewResponded May 19, 2019
Thank you so much for your compliments to HAKU team! We're all excited to read your lovely words! Wish to have you with us very soon! Good day!
This restaurant was my first meal of my Hong Kong trip and I must say was the highlight of my dinners.
The menu offers around 12 dishes, the quality is great and the techniques applied are perfectly executed and delicious, full of umami.
It supposed to be Jap fusion I suppose, but honestly the Jap elements weren’t strong enough for me. With many of such restaurants around, Haku doesn’t standout in my opinion. The food was decent, just not memorable. Abalone rice was the highlight of the night,...More
Happen to make it to lunch on a weekend. There was nobody else there so we got the place to ourselves. The lunch service wasn’t as intense as the dinner service but still a treat.
Meal started with a couple of appetizers before hitting the...More
Had the 8 course menu and it is highly recommended.
The style is modern Japanese executed brilliantly! No gimmicks but a little theatry :-)
Service is friendly and efficient. The space is intimate, quiet and comfortable without any air of pretence.
Great for a date...More
I loved this restaurant so much, that I thought I had the duty of sharing this. The food scene in Hong Kong is excellent and competitive, but Haku truly stands out. What is truly remarkable is that every single detail is just perfect: the food...More
The foods at Haku were all photogenic but not excellent. Atmosphere was not very comfortable, tables were too close to each other for this kind of food.
The first appetiser was Hamachi/ Yazu , Hamachi was fresh but the sauce was too sour.
Haku is my 2019 so far favourite place i have discovered. I arrived through this black curtain entrance and found myself seating at the counter in front of me Chef Augustine looking at me and my friend with a true and sincere smile. The environment...More
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