This Hong Kong BBQ restaurant is inspired by the casual atmosphere of an American diner. Previously located in Central Hong Kong, 298 Nikuya Kitchen TST was moved to Tsim Sha Tsui in the fall of 2015. The casual dining was features a variety of seating options all with in-table BBQ cooking pots and would be ideal for small groups looking for an exciting experience.
Designed by firm STUDIO C8, the space features a playful tagline "NO BEEF, NO LIFE," written in marquee lights on one wall, while the rest of the space also reflects the contemporary rustic mix of decor. The dining space is divided into three sections, a main room with counter seating, a semi-private dining room and a fully private room.
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This Hong Kong BBQ Restaurant is Inspired by an American Diner
- By: Rebecca ByersFeb 27, 2016