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This good quality, budget Japanese eatery, on the fringes of Chinatown, is typically simple and traditional in terms of decor, reminiscent of an era when Japanese cuisine was first introduced to the West. The look is minimalist, with clean lines and homely wooden furniture. Gorge on big bowls of noodles, Japanese curries, bento boxes or sushi and sashimi platters. The sushi is super fresh, and the teriyaki is saucy, although it can be slightly overdone on occasion. All seafood is sourced from sustainable sources. There are a number of special deals available throughout the day, so this is definitely a good bet for a cheap and hearty feed.
Top-notch Japanese cuisine and swanky environs inspires diners who frequent Nobu, who don't mind shelling out the dough. Miso soup, sushi bar, sashimi, lobster wasabi, Wagyu beef, and other gastronomical creations please the palate. It all comes at a price, but if you're a food critic or want to rub shoulders with the who's-who of filmdom, Nobu is an experience you won't want to miss.
Dit is niet uw typische Japanse restaurant. De 80 zitplaats Roka is gecentreerd rond een Robata grill en heeft zelfs een Shochu cocktailbar. Robata betekent "met open vuur" en dat is wat de precies waar het menu is op toegespitst. Gerechten zoals tempura, sashimi, maki, kushiage en robata niku zijn wat u hier krijgt.
Combining contemporary Japanese cuisine with a decor based on Eastern philosophy, Zuma Restaurant has an open-plan kitchen, so that patrons can watch culinary masters in their element. At Zuma, the environment is as important as the food, giving patrons a zen-like experience. The restaurant features a main and two private dining rooms, a sushi bar and counter service, and the menu fuses traditional flavors with contemporary flair. The lounge and sake bar cater to a sophisticated clientele, providing different types of sake and tempting cocktails with Japanese liquor. The lounge is the perfect place to rub elbows with the bold and the beautiful in London.
Dinings, the award winning Sushi and Japanese Tapas place is located on Harcourt Street. Since its establishment in 2001, the restaurant has gathered much adoration and evolved into one of the busiest restaurants in Marylebone neighborhood of London. Serving some of the yummiest Izakaya style food, Dinings blends Japanese flavors and ingredients into European sensibilities and the result is a gorgeous looking, delicious meal that you'd keep coming back for. Owing to its popularity, it is recommended that reservations are made well before time. The management also arranges for cooking lessons for interested patrons, check the website for more details.
Perched atop one of the tallest buildings in the city, the Heron Tower, Sushisamba has certainly scaled new heights. Its private glass elevators take you to an exclusive world of dining. On your way to the 38th or the 39th floor, the city of London starts appearing smaller and farther away. As you enter the main dining room, the modern and sleek decor leaves you awestruck. And, with the floor-to-ceiling glass bound room, it is guaranteed that guests are left with awesome memories. The chefs here ensure that the food matches or even surpasses its lavish decor. With cuisines like Brazilian and Japanese, the menu is a perfect blend of contemporary as well as traditional dishes. Sushisamba also offers an extensive list of signature cocktails and sake selections. Events like wine tastings and sushi-classes make the visit further interesting. So go ahead and impress your date or pop the question at the high altitude!
Sushi-Say is one of the most authentic Japanese joints in Willesden, serving fresh sushi and sashimi as well as cheaper bowls of ramen. The long, bright dining room is neither a dark and dank sushi bar nor a neon-colored pop joint. It's a meticulous space to enjoy perfectly simple seafood and sushi. No need to go bankrupt, although if you want some of the pricier sushi combos, there's no getting around high bills. With the music and the authentic food, you will enjoy experimenting with Japanese cuisine.