Let me qualify this, by saying that I thought I was taking my kids to a reaonably priced teppanyaki restaurant. I became suspicious of my mistake when we went to the 28th floor of the Okura Hotel in the Galaxy complex, where btw is one of my favorite dim sum restaurants for a Sunday lunch as well.
The staff seemed mainly Japanese, and spoke perfect English, as we were shown to a corner table, over looking the Galaxy swimming pool complex.
We were given a fried piece of salmon in a light vinegar, as an amuse bouche. We then had some of the semi fatty toro. If this melt in the mouth was semi fatty, tyhe fatty toro, must simply dissole in the mouth, but the HKD400 price tag was far more bearable than the HKD1200 alternative.
Then an amazing piece of Austalian Wagyu, medium rare. The sauce was wonderful as well, and the 150g serving is just enough for 6 good pieces.
The kids than had Berkshire pork, with a wonderfully soft, soup soaking inaniwa noodle, and the same pork with rice and a Japanese egg. A liitle bit less on the onion, and the rice would have been top notch, but still both were very good.
I then had the assorted tempura, which had 3 prawns, a small peice of fish, and quite a few vegetables. This is what Ingagiku tempura used to be like, light, non oily, and full flaavor.
The kids evem said that the orange juice was some of the best they tasted.
Overall great meal, but at HKD2.5k not really something for the kids, and we were ever so looking forward to teppanyaki, where there was none.