Yoshinoya opens a new Japanese cafe-style concept store in Tsim Sha Tsui


Famous for their quick and affordable beef bowls, Japanese restaurant chain Yoshinoya recently opened a new café-style location in Tsim Sha Tsui. Featuring light brown interiors with a splash of its signature orange color, the venue offers a modern and relaxing setting with wooden furnishings, dim lighting and large floor-to-ceiling windows.

Along with its brand new look, the restaurant will also host a slew of new menus – including Wagyu Beef Bowl, Hokkaido Pork Bowl and Fried Unagi Bowl – as well as delicious snacks such as Fried Unagi with temaki guacamole, seared wagyu beef sushi, fried cheese rice cake, Japanese super sweet fruit tomato, and more.

To complete your meal with a sweet touch, diners can try desserts such as matcha tea pudding or Basque cheesecake brulee; or choose from their drink menu which includes fig and yuzu coffee sodas, as well as a series of matcha and hojicha Marukyu Koyamaen drinks.

If you’re looking forward to visiting and trying the new items menu – well, you’ll have to wait, as the new shop is currently in pre-opening, so only their regular menu is available. But be sure to check back on our page for details to come when it officially opens!

Yoshinoya concept store
1/F, Savoy Mansion, 2A Hau Fook Street, Tsim Sha Tsui

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