Reviews

Asakusa
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4.4 out of 5 stars

Michael Godlewski
Michael Godlewski

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

Really good Japanese food, traditional and real recipes. Lovely staff. Only minus for place, it doesn’t have to be modern but could be more space between tables, we got a table in the back in the little room. It was too tight and too dark, it ruined a little bit out experience.

Kateryna Pavlovska
Kateryna Pavlovska

5 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

The best sushi we’ve had out of Japan!
Delicious, super fresh fish and perfectly cooked rice. Great service, and overall authentic experience! Must go in London!

Saif Khan
Saif Khan

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

It is a really nice place in London. Very good food and quickly prepared. Attentive staff who will go the extra mile to make it a great customer service experience for their customers. Many people come back here regularly. No doubt because the food aand selection of drinks are really great.

Isabelle Heinemann
Isabelle Heinemann

4 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

A truly welcoming oasis from busy London life conveniently located right next to Mornington Crescent station. Service here is heartfelt and impeccable, and the ingredients used are fresh throughout. You might have to wait for your food, but if anything that's a plus considering the relaxing ambience. Prices are definitely on the steep side, but there's a limited lunch menu on Thursdays and Fridays with very good deals. Can get very crowded on weekends. If you go, don't miss their delicious Takoyaki!

Nikolaus Clemenz
Nikolaus Clemenz

1 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

We used to go to this place all the time as the food was super tasty at a reasonable price. Unfortunately our last visit was a disappointment. Prices have gone up considerably - they are far more expensive than quoted on the website. And the food is a far cry from what it was. It’s clear that the change of management has made a different. We won’t be going back - a shame as we had been regulars.