Chef Angelo Sato brings a slice of Japan's yakitori style to the heart of Soho with a restaurant focused on using every part of the chicken.
This Marylebone restaurant is the happiest of marriages between amazing British ingredients and fine Japanese cooking techniques. We went down to see what that a difference that makes on the plate.
If Great British Bake Off's Japanese Week made you actually want to learn more about the country's authentic cakes, breads and pastries then here's where to find the best Japanese bakeries in London.
This new Notting hill restaurant from a Middle East restaurateur is something of a mash-up between Mexican and Japanese cuisines with plenty of added mezcal and tequila.
Next up from Japan centre is a new ramen restaurant, inspired by the Yokocho alleys of Japan and based in Heddon Street. They'll have a range of ramen from across Japan, in a restaurant with a 70s feel.
With views over Trafalgar Square and two massive roof terraces, expect this new Japanese restaurant to be quite a draw.
We're always in the market for an enticing bar food menu and news reaches of a particularly moreish sounding one in Mayfair.
The Lucky Club is a cocktail bar in the basement of streetwear label The Lucky Club's Davies Street store. Now brothers Louis, George and Jack Hartshorn who run the place have launched Katsubo - a Japanese food offering to go with those drinks.
The short menu features six burgers served up inside soft
London's first huge new opening since lockdown will be in the heart of Belgravia. Pantechnicon offers five floors of dining and shopping on Motcomb Street, devoted to all things Nordic and Japanese.
They already had a small, popular restaurant in Mayfair and now Japanese restaurant Taka are heading to Marylebone, where The Providores used to be. A much larger space, they'll have lots of new dishes (including a wagyu sando) and some great-sounding cocktails.
If you're looking for something rather special in the home delivery market - then this ultra luxe bento box is just the thing.
13/7/20 - updated with info on the dine-in offereing
With delivery becoming bigger than ever, it's not at all surprising that some London restaurants have started catering to the luxury end of the market. Enter Kaké by Chisou - a new high-end option for the Chelsea set.
As a spin-off from Chisou's sushi restaurant, it started as a delivery-only option before getting ready to launch as an
KIBOUSushi in Cheltenham have won many accolades for their Japanese cuisine and now they’re bringing an 80-cover restaurant to London’s Battersea, which not only includes their trademark authentic ramen but will come with a standalone whisky and cocktail bar for connoisseurs of Japanese spirits and beers.
It seems the coronavirus isn't necessarily stopping some plans for big new openings in London. News reaches us via Big Hospitality that huge Japanese udon noodle chain Marugame Udon has its sights set on London.
The restaurant is all about Sanuki Udon, popular
We've already been impressed with Bao's new Rice Error delivery service, and this week it's about to get even better.
As part of their international guest chef series, they're launching a limited guest box. Things are kicking off in style with the
Hot new NYC import Sushi on Jones has just opened its first place outside New York, in King's Cross. We went along for the 45-minute omakase experience.
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