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TokyoLima Livens Up the Weekend with New Omacasa Brunch

April 7, 2017 Dining No Comments Email Email

Hong Kong’s hottest new restaurant, TokyoLima, livens up the city’s brunch scene with a fresh offering, serving up punchy Nikkei flavours and upbeat vibes. The TokyoLima Omacasa Brunch treats a happy weekend crowd to four courses of small plates, raw Nikkei favourites, a selection of hot mains and desserts for only HKD398 per person and HKD180 per person for free flow. With an abundance of dishes brought freshly made to the table, flowing sake and a funky disco playlist, TokyoLima is the perfect hangout spot to kick-off or wind down the weekend.

Tucked away on Lyndhurst Terrace in the heart of Central, the spacious and intimate no service charge hotspot stays true to what Pirata Group restaurants are known for – friendly service, generous food and quality drinks at good value.

TokyoLima’s Peruvian Chef Arturo Melendez has crafted his own fun take on an a traditional Omakase tasting menu, meaning “I trust the chef” in Japanese. Chef Arturo’s Omacasa version features a selection of his favourite Nikkei creations. In Japanese izakaya style, all dishes are made for sharing and the perfect accompaniment to lots of sake and delicious cocktails.

The four-course Nikkei spread starts with a selection of smaller plates to share with the table which include the S.S Nikkei-style soba salad with avocado and sesame, Ki-mo-chi Fried Chicken with a spicy soy tare sauce, T-3 three textures salad with crispy glass noodles and Lomo Saltado Peruvian stir-fry tacos.

Next is a sample of fresh, marinated seafood from the Nikkei raw bar which include the Ceviche Clasico, seabass marinated in tiger’s milk with Peruvian choclo corn, and the delicately flavoured H&M, thinly sliced raw Hamachi and Maguro Tuna with a shoyu citrus.

The feast isn’t over with hot dishes still to come. Dishes are ordered per person but are, as always, best enjoyed shared. Choose from a selection of TokyoLima’s popular favourites which include Peruvian style skewers, Portobello & Nasu Sticks and Chicken Breast Yakitori Sticks, the traditional Peruvian Tacu Tacu grilled rice, melt-in-the-mouth Grilled Black Cod (for additional HKD68), Pincanha Grilled Rump Steak (for additional HKD28) and the Lobster Acevichada with chili butter (for two people, for an additional HKD128).

 

Because there is always room for something sweet, Chef Arturo takes care of the table with his platter of favourite desserts to round off the indulging.

Free-flow drinks for only HKD180 per person include the Nagano Sake brought to tables in carafes on ice, ready to shot or sip. Smooth and citrusy notes pair perfectly with the bold flavours of Chef Arturo’s Nikkei dishes. Also included in the free-flow is prosecco, Asahi beer, wine and Mixologist Isabella Vannoni’s Flower in the Rain brunch cocktail with lychee, Earl Grey syrup and rose lemonade.

TokyLima’s Omacasa brunch is served on weekends and public holidays from 12pm to 2.30pm with last drink orders at 3pm. Book a table at now: info@tokyolima.hk, +852 2811 1152.

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