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“The Japanese food prepared in front of you is amazing, the cocktail bar is amazing…” – Pat & Mark Barnett’s “lovely Asian-fusion” haunt has unusually glam looks for somewhere near Parsons Green, and is a big local hit for a date or Big Night Out. (Older fans will remember their previous venture, Mao Tai, which they ran on the same site for over two decades).
“Fantastic food and some of the best cocktails” fuels a fervent Fulham fanclub for Pat & Mark Barnett’s “Asian-fusion” sushi, ceviche and robata haunt, near Parsons Green, whose “layout is nightclubby without being overbearing”.
“Sushi, ceviche and a robata grill” earn high marks for Pat & Mark Barnett’s smart modern Japanese fusion joint in Parsons Green (which for ages, they ran as Mao Tai, long RIP), whose “cocktails are a great motor-starter!”
“Roka-quality food but at more reasonable prices (and great cocktails too!)”‚ win all-round acclaim for Pat & Mark Barnett’s “terrific” Japanese-fusion haunt in Parsons Green (which they ran for ages as Mao Tai, long RIP); its swish decor is “great if you’re in a group, a bit sparse if you’re à deux”.
KOJI. is a vibrant & contemporary Japanese restaurant where friends can meet and enjoy sharing plates of delicious & beautifully prepared Japanese food with South American influences & hints of western sensibilities...from freshly prepared nigiri and sashimi to tempura and grilled fish and meat from the robata grill. Koji has a beautiful sushi bar where it is possible to eat and watch the Koji sushi chefs at work. At Koji's elegant cocktail bar you can sip cocktails made by the Koji. bartenders who are all traditionally trained and produce some of the best classic cocktails in London, whilst sampling some of the delicious food from the bar menu. Koji. has a sophisticated glamorous yet relaxed atmosphere, it is possible to have a light snack at the cocktail bar or eat from the Koji. a la carte menu at the sushi bar or in the restaurant.
|Wine per bottle||£28.00|
58 New King’s Rd, London, SW6 4LS
|Number of Diners:|
|Tuesday||5 pm‑12 am|
|Wednesday||5 pm‑12 am|
|Thursday||5 pm‑1 am|
|Friday||5 pm‑1 am|
|Saturday||12:15 pm‑3:15 pm, 5 pm‑1 am|
|Sunday||12:15 pm‑3:15 pm, 5 pm‑10 pm|