Kikuchi Restaurant


Kikuchi specialises in Japanese dishes such as sashimi and sushi in a peaceful and comfortable environment. They offer a choice of set meals as well as an A La Carte menu.

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14 Hanway Street, Marylebone, London, W1T 1UD

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+44 (0)20 7637 7720

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Kikuchi Restaurant

14 Hanway Street
+44 (0)20 7637 7720
Public transport:
Tottenham Court Road, Underground


4 out of 5 based on 18 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Kikuchi Restaurant

5.0 out of 5 21 May 2014
by Brian S.

Best sushi I've had in London to date. You should go here if you care about the quality of the fish, they just serve great quality sushi, nothing fancy.

Certainly was not cheap, but the sushi was fantastic. Service was great and straightforward.more

2.0 out of 5 8 February 2014
by Ravisara L.

This place is definitely not worth it for sushi. The fish was of mediocre quality, ikura tasted horrible, and worst of all the neta was assembled onto cold shari (rice). #whotheheckeatcoldsushi???? Sushi is supposed to be served at room temperature or whichever temperature is optimum for that particular fish! But definitely not cold!! Service was impeccably slow ==' Overall, for this price it...more

5.0 out of 5 2 June 2013
by Consort M.

I don't get the chance to travel to Japan with work any more. It's just the occasional holiday these days and one of the things that makes the time until the next trip bearable is Kikuchi. I'm not sure I can add anything the other reviews haven't said. Sure, it's expensive but I've yet to find a more authentic japanese restaurant this side of, well, Japan.

The sashimi and sushi was...more

5.0 out of 5 13 March 2013
by Erica U.

I didn't know this place existed until I ducked down this road on a lark. Boy was it a stroke of good luck. Totally authentic japanese eatery. Almost a bit overwhelming if not familiar with the language and culture. It seemed very serious about their food.

The place is small with a row of benches that all seemed to have reserved signs on them. We arrived at 6 pm and the sushi bar already had...more

5.0 out of 5 2 February 2009
by Sharon G.

My moving from Los Angeles to London was a relatively painless experience except for the fact that I couldn't get a decent taco (at all) or find a good sushi bar without spending half my paycheck. I had yet to find the brightly lit, no-frills, best-sushi-ever house that I had known and loved (and that can be found in abundance) of my former city.

Then a couple weeks back Jay Rayner from the...more