A new addition to the Gosango concept in Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay, Sensu is a contemporary all-day dining destination that’s perfect for the time-sensitive business traveller.
Like sister restaurants J-POT and Wagyu Vanne, Sensu’s menu will be laced with lashings of Hiyama Kuroge Wagyu, one of Japan’s finest beefs.
Available between 1130am-6pm, the short-but-sweet all-day menu features elevated Japanese-inspired comfort food like the signature Hiyama A5 Wagyu burger, handmade Wagyu cheek and foie gras ravioli and handmade fettuccini with Wagyu Bolognese.
Realising that not everyone eats at the same time and that hunger can strike at any moment, Sensu has created several time-sensitive offers that ensure that diners can find a good meal whenever necessary.
Available from 230pm-530pm, the deluxe afternoon tea (HK$288 for two) is a filling sweet-and-savoury indulgence that includes shrimp toast, Hiyama A5 Wagyu beef croquettes, praline eclairs, and orange scones, and comes with tea or coffee.
Perfect for an odd-hours or late-night feed, the Sensu snack platter ($188) pairs a mocktail with deep-fried tofu, salted seaweed salad, sea urchin potato salad, Hiyama A5 Wagyu beef sushi, a Wagyu boneless short ribs skewer, Wagyu mini burger, and Wagyu beef and gruyere cheese spring role. The snack platter is available from 530pm ’til late.
Sensu also aims to be a drinking destination in its own right with an extensive menu of craft beers, floral and fruit teas, and cocktails and mocktails. The eatery also has a range of boutique sakes on offer, including a selection from Matsumoto, a distinguished Japanese sake brewery with over 230 years’ history.