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TMK Rap & Rolls In Wanchai For Hong Kong’s Funkiest Sushi Spot

Wan Chai's Hippest New Sushi And Sake Restaurant

TMK Rap & Rolls

If you’re looking for a spot that’s loud and lively with great food and drinks to boot, TMK Rap & Rolls is our newest go-to. Tucked away in the trendy Star Street area in Wan Chai, TMK is inspired by the golden era of rap and R&B. Perfect for date night with that added oomph or an adults-only gathering, hand rolls and nori bowls are paired with bottles of Japanese sake that go down a little too well.

TMK’s menu is pretty straightforward with a fun menu of classic temaki rolls such as Spicy Tuna (HK$68) and Soft Shell Crab (HK$68), alongside slightly funkier options such as the Tuna Hotdog (HK$98). Communal dining is encouraged with a number of sharing plates including Wagyu Tataki with calamansi soy and pickled rakkyo (HK$118), Salmon Tataki with wasabi ponzu and pickled daikon (HK$88), and a number of bowl options such as the West Coast Bowl (HK$138) featuring marinated salmon, tomatoes, coleslaw, tofu, avocado, and cabbage. Unsure of what to get? TMK also offers a Fat Beats Menu for HK$348 per person, which is a tasting menu of sorts with staff choosing their most popular dishes. For those with a sweet tooth, make sure to try the Fried Banana for dessert (HK$68) served with coconut dulce de leche and pistachio crumb. All washed down with more sake of course!

TMK also serves up a mean lunch set featuring a starter, TMK Bowl, and dessert coming in at HK$148 per person for two courses and HK$168 per person for three courses. Set lunches are available from Monday to Friday from 12:00pm to 3:00pm, aside from public holidays.

And last but not least, TMK’s brunch menu is available on Saturday and Sunday from 11:30am to 3:00pm and features a selection of sharing starters, two handrolls per person, one TMK bowl between two, and a dessert each for HK$248 per person.


Why Little Steps Loves It:​

There are a lot of generic sushi restaurants around the city, but TMK has a little something extra.

Who It's Perfect For:

An exciting dinner with your other half or group date night with friends.

What Else:​

If you like your experience, you can also try out sister restaurant TMK Punk & Roll in Sheung Wan HERE.

Where To Find It:​

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