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Our second last meal in Hong Kong was eaten at Shiro in Pacific Place.  It was raining so we did not want to wander the streets looking for a restaurant. Shiro exudes a modern Japanese ambiance – mirrors with a repeating Japanese-y motif and cured-ribbed walls.  Nice bar, too. Must be packed on a weekday lunch time.

Tiny sushi conveyor.  But we sat at a proper table.

We started with a snow crab-seaweed salad with poached egg)

Then, grilled O-toro maki (grilled outer layer, topped with a tiny gold fleck, chopped otoro underneath and inside) – one of the best creative maki I have had.

Avocado smoked eel maki (right)

Pan-fried tenderloin beef with French mustard sauce.  Not bad.

Sea urchin and seafood fried rice

They also have a great-looking website – Shiro.

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