Dinings didn't live up to the hype.Small restaurant with no Japanese identity to the decor. The vegetarian dishes were OK relative to the price you pay. All greatly presented but won't go back
Very very very delicious.
Best Japanese in London, sea bass carpaccio, black cod with chilli, crab tacos, lobster roll and soft shell crab r all delicious.
You certainly want to try out their truffled sea bass. An excellent place to enjoy fine, fresh and delicate Japanese cuisine.
Bring your credit card! Whilst nice, it's too expensive for what it is.
Everything is great, the lobster tempura (from specials board) was sooooo good!
Sushi, nibbles, everything
By far, the most authentic Japanese food in London & everything is just fresh "thumbs up"
Top London sushi. Doesn't get much better.
Unfortunately not worth the money for us on the day. Poor service & knowledge of the menu, long wait for the sushi course & uncomfortable atmosphere. The food was good not great, and overpriced.
like: wagyu sushi with foie gras. dislikes: the starters.
Sushi & Wagyu Beef
Excellent place! Amazing food! Try the tar-tar chips and the fusion rolls. The truffle ice cream in very very good!
You can't go wrong here. Everything is a m a z i n g:)
its expensive but worth it!!
Lobster rolls and double crab rolls rock!
Love it! Depsite the simple space, the food is very luxurious and creative! Also, the desserts are definitely worth trying.
Book ahead for a seat at the counter to watch the skilled chefs at work. Let the attentive staff lead you through the menu and enjoy some of the finest Japanese cuisine in London. Fantastic.
Simply sublime sushi and sashimi
Sea bass carpaccio, shrimp tempura sushi with spicy sauce, sashimi tacos, soft shell crab, Mochi ice cream
Food is great and staffs are friendly! Get the tuna tartar taco chip and the lobster miso soup!
mind blowing prices but very fresh and creative. can't go wrong with rolls or sushi, and it's worth splurging for the wagyu foie.
This tiny Japanese restaurant is set in a quaint Georgian townhouse.
Amazingly fresh fish, one of the best sushi places in London
Everything on the menu is worth a try!
Sashimis are definitely their strength and desserts are very nice too, especially creme brûlée.
Everything's good here. Book way in advance as small place and limited seating
Toro sashimi with foie gras mousse is a must along with sea bass sashimi with truffle. Amazing, AMAZING restaurant. Coming from a hardcore Japanese food fan this place is a must :)
Japanese fusion at its finest.
Better than Nobu.
One of the best sushi restaurants in London.
Small place better you book in advance. High quality -High prices
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Great food. Defiantly going back.
Get the yellowtail with caviar. One bite of heaven.
The waygu foie gras nigiri is amazing. Skip the dumplings but all the rest of the nigiri and rolls were fantastic. More of an Izakaya feel than a trendy restaurant. Highly recommended.
One of the best japanese fusion restaurant in London! A must try
Very good sushi in London rivaling Nobu and Sushi Samba. Skip the tempura and dumplings.
Try the Bar, and watch the art of sushi! Beautiful japaneese esthetics! Small portions, and quite pricey, but good service, and delicious mix of tapas and sushi!
Wagyu Beef Nigiri (Time Out London's 100 Best Dishes)
Try Iberian Pork, sashimi with truffle oil, salmon eggs are delicious.
The yuzu Bellini with shiso leaf is amazing.
One of the best Japanese restaurant in london.The place is very basic but the food is amazing!selection of sashimi at spoon!try it!
Sushi meets tapas! Cosy place with a modern take on Jap food. Recommend lobster miso soup, fatty tuna sashimi spoons with foie-gras mousse and scottish salmon/scallop tacos with creamy jalepeno sauce!