JapaneseReviews Archive

  • With their love of foraging, the world is going ga-ga for Nordic cuisine at the moment.  So it’s no surprise that one of Denmark’s most successful restaurant groups has made […]

    Sticks’n’Sushi, WC2 and SW19

    With their love of foraging, the world is going ga-ga for Nordic cuisine at the moment.  So it’s no surprise that one of Denmark’s most successful restaurant groups has made […]

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  • It’s somewhat ironic that sushi – a dish that is about as suited to our dreary climate as a pair of suede loafers in a puddle – is the Japanese […]

    Tonkotsu, E8 and W1

    It’s somewhat ironic that sushi – a dish that is about as suited to our dreary climate as a pair of suede loafers in a puddle – is the Japanese […]

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  • Like a culinary version of Karate Kid II – where Mr Miyagi’s great white hope takes on the Japanese at their own game – former Nobu head chef Scott Hallsworth […]

    Wabi, WC2

    Like a culinary version of Karate Kid II – where Mr Miyagi’s great white hope takes on the Japanese at their own game – former Nobu head chef Scott Hallsworth […]

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  • London’s dining scene is more diverse and innovative than it has ever been before.  New upstarts with their increasingly quirky ideas seem to be opening on a daily basis, each […]

    L’Etranger, SW7

    London’s dining scene is more diverse and innovative than it has ever been before.  New upstarts with their increasingly quirky ideas seem to be opening on a daily basis, each […]

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  • London has its fair share of style-led restaurants, but 2010 saw nowhere more eye-catching than Kyashii; perhaps it’s location opposite Stringfellows inspired the owners of Kyashii to create a visual […]

    Kyashii, W1

    London has its fair share of style-led restaurants, but 2010 saw nowhere more eye-catching than Kyashii; perhaps it’s location opposite Stringfellows inspired the owners of Kyashii to create a visual […]

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  • if computers didn’t have a strong enough grip on our lives already, it appears that they want to control of our dining experience too.  inamo places a computer at the […]

    inamo St James, W1

    if computers didn’t have a strong enough grip on our lives already, it appears that they want to control of our dining experience too.  inamo places a computer at the […]

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  • Celebrity favourites’ have a tendency to be all show and no-go, so it’s with some caution that we visit these restaurants.  After a while, though, the quality has to shine […]

    Nozomi, SW3

    Celebrity favourites’ have a tendency to be all show and no-go, so it’s with some caution that we visit these restaurants.  After a while, though, the quality has to shine […]

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  • Japanese food… it’s just raw fish and soupy noodles isn’t it? Not quite. Because our palettes have become largely attuned to the culinary ‘delights’ originally championed by the likes of […]

    Bincho Yakitori, W1

    Japanese food… it’s just raw fish and soupy noodles isn’t it? Not quite. Because our palettes have become largely attuned to the culinary ‘delights’ originally championed by the likes of […]

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  • As many an unfortunate entrepreneur will tell you, large bags of money are no guarantee of success in London’s vast and fast paced restaurant scene.Indeed, even the most experienced and […]

    Aqua, W1

    As many an unfortunate entrepreneur will tell you, large bags of money are no guarantee of success in London’s vast and fast paced restaurant scene.Indeed, even the most experienced and […]

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  • London’s Japanese restaurants have become the cuisine of choice for the modern day celebrity.  It’s a game of numbers really – you only need to be seen ‘falling out’ of […]

    Sumosan, W1

    London’s Japanese restaurants have become the cuisine of choice for the modern day celebrity.  It’s a game of numbers really – you only need to be seen ‘falling out’ of […]

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