Harden's survey result
“Punching above their weight in terms of flavour and presentation” – this “buzzy” quartet of “medium-priced” Japanese/Asian fusion “pit-stops” are “fab little places” for a high-quality refuelling (the new Barnes site is “perfect before a film at the Olympic across the road”).
“Amazing sushi” and a “fantastic range of hot dishes” enable these “great value” Japanese cafés to stand out in the marketplace. They are “ridiculously small”, though – “you might not get a table”.
“Sushi that is inventive and spankingly fresh” along with “delicious” Asian fusion dishes deliver “great value for money” at these little Japanese outlets – “the only problem is that they’re so small you often can’t get in!”.
“Amazing, inventive sushi” and “Asian-fusion cooking” at “great value” prices ensure that the three small venues in this group – in Primrose Hill, Soho’s Kingly Court and Chelsea – are “always packed”.
Oka, Kingly Court Restaurant Diner Reviews
"Ok ish nigiri and grilled chicken - better than the mass produced high street outlets, but not much. All felt very lazy."
"The fusion sushi is always excellent, Kingly Court is always buzzing. Always essential to book, though, in this compact restaurant."
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Last orders: 10.30 pm