Cheap in price but not in quality, this chain of sushi eateries attracts just about everyone in Hong Kong. After all, sitting in front of a conveyor ... More
Cheap in price but not in quality, this chain of sushi eateries attracts just about everyone in Hong Kong. After all, sitting in front of a conveyor belt is only half the fun; getting to binge on all your favourite dishes is what really brings in the crowds. And there are plenty of crowds! Lunchtimes are busy and weekends see people queuing round the block. Sushi varieties include anything from ubiquitous salmon to whelks, fish roe and other more exotic seafood. Prices start at around HKD10 for a plate of three salmon sushi pieces.
This restful park started as a fortified Chinese garrison back in 1847. Even after the surrounding areas were leased by
Britain in 1898, the garrison still remained firmly under Chinese jurisdiction. Already a slum in 1898, life became worse ...
Amenities:Television (Cable/Satellite). Telephone. Iron. Daily Maid Service. In Room Wireless Internet Access. Telephone with Voicemail. Coffee Maker. Private bathroom. Air
Conditioning (In Room). Non Smoking Rooms. Newspaper (Free). Hair Dryer. DVD/VCR. Hot Water. In Room Broadband Internet Access. Radio/Alarm ...
Centrally located on Nathan Road in Tsimshatsui, The Mira Hong Kong is in the heart of Hong Kong's commercial, shopping,
dining, and entertainment district. Near the local underground, railway stations and the Star Ferry, the hotel connects easily to ...