Four people, presumably Kent Tong, Tong's sister, Yung Mei Ling and someone unknown pose for a photograph near the Suishaya restaurant in Tsim Sha Tsui during Christmas in December 1983.

Suishaya Japanese Restaurant (Closed for many years)
Address: G/F, 9 Chatham Road South, Tsim Sha Tsui

With a history of nearly 30 years, Suishaya Japanese Restaurant was renowned for its high quality and authentic flavours, and had pioneered the use of female chefs for teppanyaki. The restaurant was equipped with a Teppanyaki table for more than 20 people, the basement floor had a sushi counter, tatami seating and a separate room for parties of all sizes.

source: https://m.weibo.cn/status/4618377442105098

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水車屋日本料理 (已結業多年)
擁有近三十年歷史的名牌日式料理 – 水車屋日本料理,向以高格調、風味正宗馳名,而且更開創了本地日式料理以女廚師主理鐵板燒之先河,成為不少高消費的商務旅客必到食肆。設有可招待二十多人之鐵板燒餐檯,而地庫一樓則是壽司櫃檯、榻榻米座位及獨立廳房,適合不同大小聚會。

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