It 100% feels like ramen weather out there at the moment. So, if you're missing slurping down a bowl of warming goodness in a London restaurant, we have news of a new delivery service bringing it to you.
Dinings SW3 has a special limited edition dish on offer this month. Their build-your-own ramen experience is a new meal kit available as part of their At Home service.
Chef Masaki Sugisaki's ‘Susuru by Masaki’, is
This new rooftop sushi space may currently be shuttered during lockdown, but it's still sending out amazing sushi across London.
The latest place to kick off a new delivery service for the new year are Sugoi JPN - they've just launched Japanified - starting in Wimbledon and expanding to Stockwell soon.
Broadly inspired by the cuisine of Osaka, the team have taken international cuisine and - as they say - have "Japanified" it. There's two main offerings - sliders and taco
Exquisite sushi, top-level Kobe beef and ishiyaki cooking is on the way for Fitzrovia residents.
This restaurant is taking over the space from the original Taka. It comes from the same people but will have a very different approach - all centred around a 20-course omakase-style tasting menu.
The new Nobu Hotel and restaurant in Marylebone's Portman Square replaces one of London's biggest celeb haunts - Nobu Berkeley Street. We head along to see how they're doing in their chic new digs.
New to Coal Drops Yard in King's Cross (and takeaway only) is Hiden Curry Lab, a very dayglo yellow shop selling Japanese curry. It's taken over the space that used to be Bodega Rita's and is apparently an homage to Japan's many 'hole-in-the-wall' speciality restaurants.
The menu is the simplest possible. There are two forms of Japanese curry and rice (and pickles), either beef or vegan, created by
Another Japanese udon chain has set its sights on London, this time choosing St Pancras as its base (as part of the food outlet section at the north end). As reported first by Big Hospitality, Kineya Mugimaru is
The original Golden Gai was a six-seater bar in Angelina in Dalston. This Soho spin-off is a much larger affair but will continue the mix of Italian and Japanese flavours in the food and drink.
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.
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