Japanese Restaurants in Piccadilly
1. Kanada-Ya Japanese restaurant in Piccadilly 3 Panton St - SW1
“The best ramen in London” (“the pork broth is wonderful – there’s nought better on a cold day, when it really hits the spot”) scores nothing but high praise for this small Japanese noodle chain with bars in Soho, Covent Garden and now also in Islington. Top tip – look for the “Burford eggs done just enough with a slightly runny yolk” and “don’t miss the truffle ramen, which is absolutely the best!”
2. Machiya Japanese restaurant in Piccadilly 5 Panton St - SW1Y
High-quality Japanese dishes and patisserie win strong ratings for this little two-year-old near Leicester Square, from Aaron Burgess-Smith and Tony Lam (the duo behind Kanada-Ya on the same street). It’s named after the stacked wooden town houses in Kyoto, but the setting is the weakest part of the offering.
3. Anzu Japanese restaurant in Piccadilly Saint James's Market, 1 Norris Street - SW1
Tonkotsu - the “delicious, warming” ramen bar group from Ken Yamada and Emma Reynolds have added this Teishoku concept in a Japanese brasserie setting to their portfolio. Anzu sits in the new landmark destination of St James's Market alongside the likes of Veneta, Aquavit and Ole and Steen.
4. Japan Centre Food Hall Japanese restaurant in Piccadilly 35b Panton Street - SW1Y
A new flagship Japan Store, with an authentic Japanese food hall, complete with 100-seater courtyard, is planned for September, not far from the Piccadilly original.
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