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Tokio Joe’s simple décor and friendly staff provide a relaxed and casual alternative to formal Japanese dining. Interior space is highlighted by wooden paper screens, natural wood and open sushi bar giving an airy feel. The ‘user friendly’ menu features traditional favourites and innovative creations with anemphasis on fresh sushi and sashimi. A must try are Joe’s Soft Shell Crab Rolls and deliciously fresh Spicy Toro Tartar.
US$20 - US$128
Lunch, Dinner, After-hours
Japanese, Sushi, Asian
Reservations, Seating, Waitstaff, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Free Wifi
It was a gathering of 5 long time work team mates and friends (3 from HK and 2 from SG) to catch up over dinner in Jan 2019. One of our HK friends booked this place as it was one of his favourite Japanese restaurant...More
We went here with our family to enjoy the sushi. It was very good quality, very fresh and original dishes on the card. Not the common Sushi stuff, however it was rather costly. but we enjoyed the meal!
Admittedly my partner and I seem to be in the minority here, looking at other reviews. However, the sushi combination that we had for nearly $400 was bafflingly bland. The rice was fresh but meh, and each slice of fish tasted more or less like...More
We were recommended this restaurant by a frequent traveller to HK. Quite a small restaurant & dark place (we went for lunch). Service was excellent & very helpful with dietary requirements etc and the food was outstanding. Bags of flavour. I had a stir-fried beef...More
Tokio Joe is really a nice place for sushi with some very special combinations. Only the basement location makes the restaurant feel a bit ‘claustrophobic’ and not in line with the ambiance for such great food and service. Due to the low ceiling the place...More
Small place, serves excellent food. Went there for lunch with a workmate, got the sashimi set, loved the atmosphere, and the portion was perfect !
started the meal with fresh tomatoes in vinaigrette sauce, finished off with tea and fruit platter :)
the best in town, with great service and great environment! Even better than restaurant in Japan! This restaurant has very good business and you have to book it earlier if you really want to have a table to enjoy the Japanese food with your friends...More
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