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One of 2021’s more ambitious openings – chef Daisuke Hayashi’s new kaiseki restaurant in Marylebone will draw on his 20 years under Yoshihiro Murata at the three-Michelin-starred Kikunoi Honten in Kyoto (his London CV includes Tokemeite and Chrysan near Broadgate). It offers a kaiseki-only menu, so the presumption is that you will need to melt your credit card to go...

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12 New Quebec Street, London, W1H 7RP

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