One of the most popular restaurants in Tokyo, RyuGin has made it to the Asia’s 50 Best restaurants for 5 years straight and currently in the 33rd position in the list. RyuGin expanded its culinary empire by opening a restaurant in Hong Kong named as Tenku RyuGin. Within just 2 years of its launch in Hong Kong, the restaurant with its exemplary menu along with an impeccable service received 2 Michelin Stars and become the much-acclaimed restaurants in Hong Kong.
Located on the 101t floor in ICC, one of the tallest building in Hong Kong, you could not ask for more with a spectacular atmosphere with breathtaking views. Following the footsteps of the traditional Japanese Kaiseki, the Tenku RyuGin doesn’t provide la carte as an option. And the seasonal menu brings with it some sumptuous cuisine that is created using some fresh and the best ingredients that are brought directly from Japan. All the chefs who have helmed the top have always set high standards and the current Chef Hidemechi Saki is no exception as he and his team always strive hard to meet the expectations of its Japanese counterpart, the Nihonryori RyuGin.
Once at the table, you’ll be provided with a menu list along with a date stamp inside an envelope cover to let you know beforehand the available delicacies for the day. Normally the menu lasts for about a month based on the availability of the ingredients. The 10-course meal consists of several dishes starting with the appetizers, some grilled and steamed dishes, soup and dessert to finish with. The 10-course meal was skillfully structured consisting of a varied collection of dishes and prepared using some of the best ingredients and beautifully presented.