Aussie sushi chain lands in Hong Kong
An Australian sushi restaurant chain has opened its first outlet in Hong Kong.
And now Wasabi Warriors plans more stores in the city, along with expansion into the Philippines in February and Dubai later in the year.
Hong Kong ‘Business Warrior’ Elga Wong said response to the first store’s opening was overwhelming.
“It’s been so busy I haven’t even had a minute to catch my breath.
“The experience has been phenomenal and we’ve received extremely positive feedback from customers with fresh and tasty being the most common words heard on the opening day.”
Wasabi Warriors is owned by Australia’s Pacific Retail Brands, which also has Go Sushi and Kick! Juice Bars in its portfolio. The sushi concept is very environmentally focused, carefully sourcing ingredients from carefully selected suppliers. Using sustainable, free range and locally sourced authentic sushi, the brand says in Hong Kong it is staying true to its cause to ‘Eat good, Do good, Feel good’ by honouring their commitment to the ocean, earth and the animals.
The chain’s menu includes freshly made sushi rolls, packs, gyozas and dragon bites.
The Hong Kong store is on the ground floor of World Trust Tower, 50 Stanley St, in Central.