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Lee Woo Yuen: Korean/Japanese BBQ

This restaurant is located in Causeway Bay - it is a mixture of Korean and Japanese food. All of the food was raw so you just chose what you liked and then you had your own bbq plate in front of you to cook it on, with neverending oil and soy sauce!
It was mainly meat - chicken, pork, beef and seafood and lots of strange looking items too!
The cost was HK$ 108 per person for eat as much as you like.

Favorite Dish The Octopus and squid were nice!

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