Located in Wanchai, the entrance to this little Washoku Japanese restaurant looks mysterious and intimidating to those who pass by. The windowless store front with all-black panels only has a small white sign with an interesting design of circles and the name, YOUKA. When you open the sliding doors, you’ll find yourself greeted with a modern and cozy interior, which is a complete contrast to the exterior.
It was more than 3 years ago when we accidentally discovered this little gem. It was during a time when the Causeway Bay building where Sushi Fuku-Suke is located was filled with Japanese restaurants. After the Japan tsunami, many of those restaurants closed down, but Sushi Fuku-Suke withstood this period where Hong Kong people were afraid to eat Japan-imported food. And I believe it had everything to do with the authentic and consistently quality food they serve and doing it at reasonable prices. To this day, this is a restaurant we keep going back to when we feel like good quality Japanese food. Read more >>