This was my last restaurant in London and a good surprise as I love Asian food. Shackfuyu is a combination of Asian savours. You will have the choice among many small plates that you combine with sake, hot green tea or their delicious margharita.
This small Japanese restaurant is lost in the street maze of Soho but when you will enter in Ten Ten Tei, you will feel the atmosphere of a traditional Japanese house and you will enjoy the fresh plentiful quality of the food.
If I didn’t have a look at the website, I wouldn’t know that Kimchee is part of a chain. The setting is very well designed in the same way as the dishes and the service.
Located in the area of Holborn (a new one has opened in Tottenham Court Road). No reservation? Waiting time? It is not a big deal!
Soho overflows with treasures…And here is a new one. The place is not really visible but it is not difficult to find, the restaurant is often full. Sober and woody décor, rattan lights, intimate atmosphere, a little bit secret, we could stay for hours.
Its name is the specialty of this restaurant chain. This is a traditional Korean popular dish made from rice, sauté vegetables, meat or fish and at the top a fried egg, everything served in a warm stone bowl (for the meal to finish cooking when you order raw meat or egg) and in order to enjoy a very warm dish.