Japanese Restaurants in King's Cross
1. Sushi on Jones Japanese restaurant in King's Cross Goods Way, 11 Goods Way - N1C
This NYC sushi sensation (from Derek Feldman) opened its first London branch in March 2020, occupying the upstairs at Goods Way: a street-food market and entertainment venue whose lively styling contrasts with the ever-more corporate surroundings of King’s Cross’s new Pancras Square development. (Google’s shiny new HQ is just around the block). It’s famous for its 12-piece omakase delivered in 45 minutes.
2. Hot Stone Japanese restaurant in Islington 9 Chapel Market - N1
“Exceptional food every time” and “high-quality and attentive service” inspire early reporters who have visited both of Padam Raj Rai’s duo of ambitious ishiyaki (hence the name), where the serving of certified Kobe beef is a highlight (only eight restaurants in the UK offer it). Also on the menu: top-quality sushi and sashimi and 48-hours marinated black cod. Islington’s Chapel Market branch launched first in August 2020, with a 14-course omakase chef’s table experience (for up to 4 people). Later in 2020, the branch closed and rebranded itself ‘Omakase at Hot Stone’, opening for just 2-3 days per week for 6 people at a time for an ‘Omakase’ (chef’s choice) experience. Despite the travails of the pandemic, in May 2021 Padam opened a second 50-cover sibling in Fitzrovia. The interior of the new branch boasts traditional wooden panelling, accent tiling and artwork by Japanese Edo-period ukiyo-e painter Katsushika Hokusai.
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