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Harden's says

Eight skewers and sides for £48 is the blow-out omakase option at this Japanese June 2021 newcomer in Marylebone. But you can also order individually and there are sharing plates available too. The PR tells us that the name means ‘pure’ – apparently a reference to the white wood used to fuel the robata.

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132 Seymour Place, London, W1H 1NS

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