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 Yakinikumafia

Yakinikumafia Hong Kong, sister shop of the Japanese Wagyu specialist Wagyumafia, is bringing premium Japanese Iwatani yakiniku grill experience to diners’ doorsteps.

The Home Experience Grill Sets (HK$1,780/ HK$2,880 for two/ four) feature Ozaki Beef and Wagyu of different cuts and fattiness, complemented with sides such as truffle salt edamam, salad and rice.

For an extra HK$600, an Iwatani gas grill is included as well. Meanwhile, Wagyumafia’s butcher service, which used to be exclusive to members only, is now open to the public in August. A sukiyaki combo, recommended for two people with 400g ready-sliced Ozaki beef and one portion of Wagyumafia sukiyaki sauce, is available for HK$1,200.

Address: 2/F, Hollywood Centre, 233 Hollywood Road, Sheung Wan

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