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“A little bit of Kyoto in London” – Daisuke Hayashi’s highly ambitious new 10-seater in Marylebone opened in early 2022, and is hailed in most reports as one of London’s foremost Japanese restaurants. Sitting at the counter, is “like a trip to Japan” – you sample “a stunning 10-course tasting menu: a sublime experience with top-quality ingredients”, where “every dish has a story… and it’s wonderful”. One or two reporters would only say it’s only “good enough” at the “eye-watering prices”, but even so Hayashi looks set to earn the renown here that he failed to garner during his short stint at Tokimeite. Wash down your meal with one of the 70 sakes assembled by former UMU sommelier, Ryosuke Mashio.
Set to be one of 2021’s more ambitions 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 Tokimeite and Chrysan near Broadgate). It will offer a kaiseki-only menu, so the presumption is that you will need to melt your credit card to go...
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Roketsu Restaurant Diner Reviews
"An amazing evening, with absolutely fantastic food. You are literally taken away to a small Japanese inn where all your five senses are immersed into a complete Japanese experience. "
|Wine per bottle||£120.00|
12 New Quebec Street, London, W1H 7RW
|Tuesday||6 pm‑10 pm|
|Wednesday||6 pm‑10 pm|
|Thursday||6 pm‑10 pm|
|Friday||6 pm‑10 pm|
|Saturday||6 pm‑10 pm|