sen-ryo’s 2014 Spring Sensations

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Since their launch at ifc mall in 2005, sen-ryo, the premium sushi band under Genki Sushi Co Ltd. has become one of the most popular restaurants in town! The beloved restaurant strives to provide diners with only the best seasonal delicacies to cast their mind off their busy jobs and seek a little refuge in delicious dishes.

Osusume Sashimi Platter (6 types)

This spring sen-ryo is presenting the Osusumi Sashimi Platter. Each platter holds only the freshest catches of the day from the renowned Tsukiji Market, which is why these unique platters are on a limited daily supply!


The Osusumi Sashimi Platters are part of the restaurant’s brand new menu, the Kaisen Izakaya menu. The new menu not only includes the mouth watering platters, but also a new selection of sashimi, grilled and fried assortments with a great selection of sen-ryo’s fine sake and whisky to complement these sensational new additions!

Kanji Cooked in Sauce

Tsukijiíªs Morning Catch King Crab Sashimi Platter (5 types)


The brand new Kaisen Izakaya menu has special recommendations for diners who want to try something new but can’t quite make up their mind on which of the new tempting items to order. The special recommendations include the Osusume Sashimi Platter, Tsukiji’s Morning catch King crab Sashimi Platter, Grilled King crab, Kanji Cooked in Sauce, Grilled Lobster with Sauce and the Grilled Deluxe Saga Wagyu Beef.



A meal at sen-ryo is not complete without a fine drink. Coming along with the new seasonal dishes is a new drinks selection for sake and whisky lovers. To give diners a complete sen-ryo dining experience, the restaurant will be adding new additions to their sake selections which include ginjo, daiginjo and junmai. The renowned Yamazaki Single Malt Whisky 12 years and The Hakushu Single Malt Whisky 12 years will also be available at all sen-ryo outlets.

Hatsumago Misaki Jyunmaiginjyo Shinkai Tokubetsuiyunmai Geisyun

For diners who prefer something lighter, sen-ryo has carefully crafted a variety of whisky soda (highball) drinks and chu-hi/sour drinks which are immensely popular in Japan, for diners to experience an authentic Japanese culinary experience.

(From left) Ginger Ale Highball, Apple Highball, Lemon Highball, Whisky Soda (Highball)

Here are some of the places where you can find sen-ryo:

3/F, Century Square, 1-13 D’Aguilar Street Central

Shop 3099-3100, Podium Level 3, ifc mall, No. 8 Finance Street, Central

Shop 1304-1305, 13/F, Hysan Place, 500 Hennessy Road, Causeway Bay