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.
14 Hanway Street, Marylebone, London, W1T 1UD
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+44 (0)20 7637 7720
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14 Hanway StreetMaryleboneLondonW1T 1UD
- +44 (0)20 7637 7720
- Public transport:
- Tottenham Court Road, Underground
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Where do I begin??? The yelp reviews are really what drew me to dine here vs. any of the other better known sushi spots in London.
I know that London is not known for it's sushi, but I was craving it, and couldn't wait till I got back to LA to have it.
So I walk in to this place, and it was pretty crowded maybe one open two top and a couple seats at the bar. I told the hostess that it would...more
Outstanding. Authentic. Owner behind the sushi bar making the magic happen.
The place was filled with Japanese business men and couples, which I always see as a good sign. Perhaps because I wasn't Japanese they gave me a little bit of a hard time with repeated questions of whether I had reservation and whether I knew there was a £25 min per person.
After gaining their confidence I sat at...more
Hidden in a small street, Kikuchi is a real treasure. From the entrance you can tell the Japanese authenticity of the restaurant. If you want to have dinner there, I'd advise you to make a reservation : the place is small and well known from true Japanese food lovers.
The food I had there was truly amazing, probably the most delicious sashimi I've had so far ! But please don't stop at the...more
I once took my small, Northern mother for a sushi blowout at Jenny's in Manhattan, keen to introduce her to my new favourite thing. She flashed me a helpless pleading look as the enormous plate of mixed sashimi and nigiri landed and I hastily ordered her a side salad with (cooked) tuna before nailing the lot myself.
If you were a sushi newcomer, Kikuchi probably wouldn't the most accessible...more
A sushi to die for.
I took the chef' special and it was pure poetry.
Every fish was like butter on my tongue even the always thick prawn.
I was in trouble using soy sauce because the nigiri was so well balanced in favour that the sauce could just ruin that perfect balance.
I've also got the tofu miso soup with mixed miso paste (so tell me in which jap restaurant they put on the menu...more