Zen Sai

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Zen Sai

Address
16 Inverness Street
Primrose Hill
London
NW1 7HJ
Telephone:
+44 20 7424 9527

Yelp Reviews

3.0 out of 5 based on 14 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Zen Sai

2.0 out of 5 26 January 2015
by Jordan E.

I came here for a friends birthday party on a Saturday night. I'm glad I got there early as the music wasn't too loud and the happy hour was only till 8pm. (Which as a shame as no one else turned up there till about 10pm!! (Extension please!)

Although I enjoyed the night because I was with my friends... I don't think I have anything positive to say about the place.

Small. Cramped....more

3.0 out of 5 21 December 2011
by Craig M.

Tiptoe-ing on the shaky ground somewhere between upscale fusion restaurant and grimy cocktail bar, Zensai doesn't quite nail it.

It's the sort of place that does all the little bits right, but when you add them all together, you're still not sure.

The food was mostly very good. Even better when you're paying half price with a tastecard. The cocktails (again, half price thanks to happy hour)...more

3.0 out of 5 25 September 2010
by Sarah O.

Walking along in Camden one day, I was thinking, 'it's Thursday night, catching up with an old friend, where can we go that's cheap?' A little fairy popped out of nowhere, flourished a wand and BAM, a sign that says Happy Hour til 10 pm at Zen Sai.

My friend and I drank to our heart's content, all under a £20. The drinks were fairly decent and the price (2-4-1) was very good, the place...more

3.0 out of 5 1 November 2009
by Omoraka O.

Me and friends went to the upstairs part of Zen Sai, the restaurant bit, due to the fact the prices of the main courses were appealing (6 pounds) cant go wrong.

I like the decour of upstairs with the latern chinese style lights. It was small upstairs but intimate with the little candles in a bowl on the table. At the back of the restaurant they had long plants, so assume they were trying to...more

3.0 out of 5 30 November 2008
by Claire L.

Inverness street is full of choice when it comes to eating and drinking. From the outside, Zensai looks classy and the menu looks as though it's going to be very, very tasty.

Overall, the surroundings were promising. The setting was very "asian" with oriental furniture and the restaurant decked-out in mostly black.

We started our evening with a few cosmopolitans, these were slightly...more

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