Owner's description

Embodying the creative spirit of the hotel, Wild Heart Bar & Shokudo offers a casual Japanese inspired dining experience for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and afternoon tea by three-time Michelin star chef Garry Hollihead. Guests can enjoy a relaxed dinner in one of our intimate, private booths, a quick lunch meeting, or a light bite and cocktail in the bar. With a focus on locally sourced ingredients and seasonal produce, our innovated Japanese-street food dishes are best enjoyed as sharing plates complemented by our oriental cocktail list, sake menu, and diverse wine list.


Starter Main Pudding
£4.50 £21.50 £6.00
Wine per bottle £0.00
Filter Coffee £2.50
Service 12.50%

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20 Warwick Street, London, W1B 5NF
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Opening hours
Monday7 am‑11.00
Tuesday7 am‑11.00
Wednesday7 am‑3 pm, 5:30 pm‑10 pm
Thursday7 am‑3 pm, 5:30 pm‑10 pm
Friday7 am‑3 pm, 5:30 pm‑10 pm
Saturday7 am‑10 pm
Sunday7:30 am‑11.30

The 2022 Harden's Guide

2022 Hardens London Restaurant Guide

"User friendly in price, size and outlook"

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