Japanese Restaurants in Chelsea
1. Tokyo Sukiyaki-Tei & Bar Japanese restaurant in South Kensington 85 Sloane Avenue - SW3
Tucked away off Sloane Avenue, this comfortable Japanese sells a lot of wagyu beef, alongside sushi and other classics like shabu-shabu and, of course, sukiyaki (meat slowly cooked or simmered). Survey feedback was too limited for a rating, but it looks like an interesting arrival of relatively recent times (it opened in 2019).
2. Sticks'n'Sushi Japanese restaurant in Chelsea 113-115 King's Road - SW3
“Absolutely top-notch food” – “pricey but great!” – is the key to the steady growth enjoyed by this Copenhagen-based Japanese group, whose most recent (2019) openings in Soho and Chelsea join established venues across London. It’s “an interesting concept, well executed” – “fresh and delicious sushi”, yakitori skewers, and “colourful, almost art-directed salads”, delivered in dining rooms that combine clean, Japanese minimalism with Danish hygge.
3. Oka Japanese restaurant in Chelsea 251 King's Road - SW3
“Consistently good food from an appealing menu” has earned a solid following for this Asian-fusion chain with branches in Soho, Marylebone, Primrose Hill, Chelsea and Barnes. Opinion is split on the relative merits of its two main offerings – all agree on the “terrific sushi” but others register both pros and cons for the hot dishes.
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