A family-run Japanese fusion restaurant on the corner of vibrant Westbourne Grove.
Executive Chef Paul Greening (previously of Novikov and Aqua Kyoto) is at the helm dishing up sophisticated yet experimental take on Japanese cuisine - set against a seriously stylish backdrop of chic design and decadent interiors. Built across two floors - there's a dining room on the upper floor, with wraparound windows. Moving downstairs, the lighting is dimmer with small tables dotted about and the space features a sushi counter and bar.
On the fine-dining Japanese fusion menu there's their signature dishes including; Hamachi ceviche and Kyoto miso black cod with mountain caviar - a varied selection of Nigiri Sushi and Sushi Maki and also a selection of raw dishes.
Sushi and cocktails
Wagyu Tataki with crispy shallots, beer mustard daikon, Japanese chive and brown butter yuzu truffle sauce; Chilean Seabass with garlic, ginger dashi and sea vegetables and Miyazaki A5 Beef with pickled nameko, caramelised mirin onions and foie gras miso.
The Peach Highball with toki, akashi tai, umeboshi vinegar and peach soda, Hana-Tsuki Negroni with shiitake infused cocchi, roku gin and campari and the Matcha Ocha with Bacardi Quattro, Koko Kanu, condensed milk and matcha infused soy milk.
Check out their infamous ‘disco loo’, push a button and the bathroom comes to life with pumping music and flashing lights.