Kaiseki Den by Saotome is an exclusive high-end Japanese restaurant that specialises in exquisite Kaiseki cuisine. It is the first Japanese restaurant in Hong Kong to earn a Michelin star and it has earned this award since 2010.
Serving haute Japanese cuisine, Kaiseki Den by Saotome is set in a decor with a dark tone. The inventive open kitchen is equipped with the first ever individual bronze refrigerated lockers marked with names for storing top grade Wagyu beef from Japan for customers. Diners are treated to a demonstration of Chief Executive Chef Hiroyuki Saotome’s skills honed for over 30 years from front-row seats. The restaurant also has two private rooms for 8 to 24 persons, perfect for corporate gathering or private party.
The omakase menu is in the traditional Kaiseki style but with unique personal touches from Chief Executive Chef Hiroyuki Saotome. Each dish is meticulously prepared, paying attention to the finest of detail by using only the freshest ingredients according to the changing seasons. Famous dishes that will delight the senses include Sea Urchin Truffle Rice which gives the natural aroma of black truffle that no one can resist and the delicious succulent Charcoal Grilled Wagyu Beef.
Please be advised to make reservation at least one day in advance to allow us to serve you the food of top quality and ensure the freshness of the produces, sending elegant and nuanced flavors to your tastebuds.
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Shop 3-4, G/F, The Oakhill, 28 Wood Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
Monday to Saturday & Public Holidays Dinner: 18:00-23:00 (21:30 last order)
Sunday Dinner: Reservation Only (Deposit is needed without minimum charge requirement)
Lunch: Reservation Only (Deposit is needed without minimum charge requirement)
Remarks: Reservation has to be made one day in advance. If you are looking for other timeslots outside of our normal business hour such as lunchtime on weekdays or dinner on Sunday night, please give a call to the restaurant for checking availability and making appointment.