Hotel Fortuna is a house of ill repute, and I sometimes feel dirty just walking in there, but their Japanese restaurant is worth making an exception for. To date, it’s the highest ranking Japanese joint on this site, and I commend them for striking that rare balance between offering high quality fare at affordable prices.
The beef curry rice ($138) and duck breast sashimi ($78) were both flawless, while the sweet shrimp ($98) and tuna sushi ($168) did their part by being fantastically fresh.
Let’s face it, just about the only way that Japanese food can go wrong is if it’s been pulled out of a freezer and defrosted, but I didn’t see any of that cheap business at Fortuna Japanese Restaurant.
Everything was in superior condition and my lunch was made because of it.
All told my bill ran $550 which is quite reasonable for a Japanese restaurant in Macau, or anywhere really. I know I’ll definitely be back.
(Given the age of this review, expect the same food I had to cost about $200 more in 2020.)