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Expect more devil-may-care dining from this enfant terrible of Japanese cuisine

Having enamoured Sheung Wan with its heady mix of temaki handrolls and punk-rock aesthetic, Pirata Group's TMK is set to open a second location in Wan Chai's Starstreet Precinct towards the latter half of this month. 

Taking over the space at the cul-de-sac of Moon Street that was previously home to Ted's Lookout, TMK Rap & Rolls, as the new branch will be known as, will focus on the weekend crowd with the menu making space for nori bowls that are sure to satisfy health-conscious diners.

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The lunch and brunch menus will both include these signature bowls—we're excited for the B.I.G. (M7 wagyu tartare, negi, braised shiitake, crack tofu) and the To Tuna (soy-marinated tuna, avo crema, yuzu mayo, pea shoots)—while hand rolls will only be available during brunch. 

Design-wise, counter seating reigns supreme with open views of the street's comings and goings, while, in a break with the punk rock playlist of the original location, the music at Moon Street will focus on hip-hop.

TMK Rap & Rolls is set to open mid to late-February 2021.

TMK Rap & Rolls, 17A Moon Street, Wan Chai, Hong Kong;