...For Japanese Food
“It can be loved for both its simplicity and its complexity; Japanese cuisine is a popular choice for all, from yummy-mummies to indulgent bankers.”
If budget is not a consideration (but Japan seems like quite a long way to go), Mayfair is the place for Japanese; head to Sumosan , Nobu London or Umu for exceptional food and great service, or Zuma and Nobu Berkeley Street for something a little more vibrant. Roka and Aqua Kyoto also offer a fantastic vibe with bars that are great for after-work drinks, catch ups and dates.
Sushinho offers a fusion of Japanese and Brazilian food and flavours; a welcome pinch of individuality in the fairly unadventurous culinary pocket of Chelsea. Or if you're headed East, Saki in Smithfield offers a bar, restaurant and shop, all serving contemporary but authentic Japanese cuisine.
When it was open in The Oxo Tower, Bincho Yakitori was very popular, now its Soho offering is the place for a quick bite. And Miyako in the Andaz Hotel on Liverpool Street is ideal for a quick and discreet business lunch.
Nobu Berkeley Street
Saki Bar and Food Emporium