Japanese Restaurants in South Kensington
1. Tokyo Sukiyaki-Tei & Bar Japanese restaurant in South Kensington 85 Sloane Avenue - SW3
2017 Review: A Chelsea hideaway serving an eclectic range of Japanese dishes – from Wagyu beef to sushi, sashimi and shabu-shabu (hot pot); reports are still too few for a rating, but very upbeat.
2. Dinings Japanese restaurant in South Kensington Walton House, Walton St - SW3
“Crazy combinations, truly awesome at times” continue to wow all who taste the “meticulous” sushi and other modernised Japanese dishes at this duo of venues – an “awkward and tired-looking basement” in Marylebone (under chef Tomonari Chiba) and a “much-cooler-than-the original” setting in Knightsbridge (under chef Masaki Sugisaki). “I’ve wandered all round the menu with friends, and each bite was terrific”.
3. Dozo Japanese restaurant in South Kensington 68 Old Brompton Road - SW7
2019 Review: “Informal Japanese” which offers “rare good value” in pricey South Kensington, near the former Christie’s showroom (there’s also a similar heart-of-Soho branch which inspires little feedback). Eating at “sunk-in tables” adds to the ambience.
4. Yashin Ocean House Japanese restaurant in South Kensington 117-119 Old Brompton Rd - SW7
2016 Review: Is Yashin’s South Kensington spin-off “just too odd to be a success”? It occupies a potentially characterful site, but feedback remains very limited – even fans concede “the atmosphere could be warmer”, and though the Japanese-fusion cuisine can be “very refined”, prices are “extortionate”.
5. Kulu Kulu Japanese restaurant in South Kensington 39 Thurloe Pl - SW7
2019 Review: “Fab for a quick and dirty sushi fix”, this Soho and South Kensington duo offer “good value Japanese food”. “Everything passes by on a conveyor in front of you”, which makes them “non-intimidating for those not familiar with sushi and its variations”.
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