Gonpachi (権八)

$ $
4/F, Lee Gardens One, 33 Hysan Ave (Yun Ping Road)
+852 2787 3688
11:30am - 1:00am
11:30am - 1:00am
11:30am - 1:00am
11:30am - 1:00am
11:30am - 2:00am
11:30am - 2:00am
11:30am - 11:30pm


  • Set lunches are good value. The sushi is very good quality and cold soba noodles are excellent.
  • Is it a fake marketing stunt? No one who worked there could tell me how this place has anything even remotely related to Kill Bill. Patio with no view outside. Great for groups. Food is ok albeit $$$.
  • We visit Tokyos infamous Kill Bill restaurant, now transported to our own shores at Lee Gardens in Causeway Bay, and tucked into their moreish signature seiro soba. More online here:
  • Must try for this vegetable box.. So fresh!
  • Okinawa dream / Gonpachi sangria / sake - politan the cocktails are surprisingly good here
  • The Yakitori is lit
  • Their kitchen cant handle peak hours. Went on a friday night and waited 45 minutes for a salad. Food is decent but prices are on the expensive side for what you get.
  • Last Christmas I have their semi-Lunch buffet, the range of food is not enough. Too many people too little staff. However, the food quality was fine.
  • From skewers to tempura to sushi, everything we had here was pretty good and authentic. I was particularly impressed with its unagi don!
  • Tried the tempura, rolls and yakitori. Great toro and snow crab. All good and fresh, bit pricey. Only issue was service, too slow and staff seems unresponsive.
  • Restaurant made famous cos of the fighting scene in Kill Bill in Tokyo, their Hong Kong is way better than the original. Prices are not cheap but they have an impressive menu of authentic Jap food.
  • This is where Kill Bill movie was shot!!!! So awesome
  • Cocktails, raw fish, tempura, yakitori, rice... everything we had was outstanding. Save space for dessert, chocolate fondant cake is amazing.
  • They have a vegetarian set comes with tofu, blanched veggies and multi grain rice.
  • Yakitori is superb as are the rolls. Freshly made soba and wide range of sake and Japanese beer.
  • Great eel skewer, great soba noodle
  • Food is nice. But a bit pricey
  • Memories of the original inTokyo Kill Bill scene
  • Highly recommend the peach wine. Very full in volume and rich in fragrance.
  • Sake collection, soba, sushi, wing skewers, tempura omakase

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