A Japanese omakase restaurant headed up by Chef Takuya Watanabe, formerly of Jin, the first sushi omakase in Paris to receive a Michelin star.

The 16-cover restaurant offers a traditional yet modern omakase setting - where elements of wood and natural stone are complimented by a waterfall of light - creating a very intimate setting. Expect a daily-changing tasting menu prepared using the freshest and locally-sourced ingredients. 

There are three menus to choose from - a lunch menu at £180 with 17 courses, the Signature menu featuring 20 dishes priced at £280 and the Prestige priced at £380 which includes ingredients such as caviar, truffle and additional courses. The drinks list features an array of fine and rare wines and champagnes and specialty sakes.