Zuma London Review

Zuma London is an exquisite contemporary Japanese restaurant in Knightsbridge. It is one of the quintessential opulent Japanese restaurants in London, right with Nobu. Read for our considered thoughts and mouthwatering food pictures.

Shack-Fuyu Review

Shack-Fuyu, from the team behind Bone Daddies and Flesh & Buns, is located in the heart of Soho. It has Izakaya-style dining for Japanese comfort food in a relaxed setting.

Ichibuns Review

Ichibuns is a very lively Japanese restaurant in Chinatown focused on burgers and udon noodles. For more read our review with loads of mouthwatering pictures and videos.

Mei Ume Review

Mei Ume is an elegant restaurant in the Four Seasons that serves both Chinese and Japanese cuisine. I’m a self proclaimed sushi addict, but for a mix of reasons I hadn’t eaten sushi in over a month. I needed to fix that ASAP, and then I came across Mei Ume. The concept of Mei Ume…

First Impressions – Sakagura

Sakagura is morden Japanese restaurant off Regent Street that prides itself in serving “Washoku”, which is essentially traditional Japanese food – lots of sushi and miso dishes. I came across Sakagura last year while searching for restaurants to go on a solo excursion. The menu looked rather promising with quite a few chicken dishes, so…

Aqua Kyoto

Aqua Kyoto is the Japanese half of the Aqua restaurants in Soho, approaching Carnaby Street. The other restaurant on the same floor is Aqua Nueva, which is a Spanish restaurant. Both restaurants have pretty cool adjoining bars and rooftop terraces, all of which I recommend, but as you’d expect this post is only about the…

First Impressions – Sosharu

I came across Sosharu late last year when searching for restaurants to go on a solo excursion (I eventually decided on Barrafina). I looked through the menu and saw a fair few chicken dishes, so I decided it was best to go with Shiima. Sosharu is a modern Japanese restaurant, a minute walk from Farringdon…