Kanizen marks 14 years of redefining Japanese cuisine in Hong Kong

Located in Lee Garden One, Kanizen stands out for its menu of rare crab varieties imported straight from Japan.

Kanizen marks 14 years of redefining Japanese cuisine in Hong Kong
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Kanizen, a cornerstone in Hong Kong’s dining scene, is celebrating its 14th anniversary with a continued focus on exceptional Japanese crab dishes. Situated in Lee Garden One, the restaurant has carved a niche with its specialized menu featuring rare crab varieties imported directly from Japan.

Diners can explore various dinner sets like the 嘉 Yoshi Set for HK$1,600, which showcases the rich flavors of Taraba crabs, or the 松 Matsu Set for HK$1,780, offering a mix of Matsuba and Kegani crabs, each known for their unique taste profiles. The premium 季 Ki Set, priced at HK$2,080, combines these crabs in a luxurious 10-course meal that includes standout dishes like Crab Clear Broth Soup and Steamed Crab.

For lunch, options start at HK$358, with a range of crab-focused dishes and extending to sets featuring Japanese Wagyu and fresh seafood dons, so there's something for everyone. Kanizen also houses a selection of premium sakes, helping guests navigate the Japanese flavors with expert pairings.

The restaurant's zen-inspired interiors and private dining options offer an ambience that’s ideal for both social and professional gatherings. So whether it's date night or a business meeting, the specialty crab dishes are sure to impress.

Quick facts

  • Where – Shop 105, 1/F, Lee Garden One, 33 Hysan Avenue, Causeway Bay
  • When – Open Monday to Sunday, noon - 3 p.m. and 6 - 10 p.m.
  • Price – $$$
  • Phone – +852 2866 1618
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