High above the streets of London's famous West End, Aqua Kyoto is located five floors up in Regent Street's Dickens and Jones buildings.
Cutting edge in every sense, Aqua Kyoto is overseen by top chef Jordan Sclare, producing thrilling Japanese food with a creative, contemporary twist. A number of dishes are available, from sublime grills straight from the sumibi yaki, fantastic noodle dishes and super fresh sushi and sashimi enjoyed in the stunning sunken sushi bar.
Just as exciting as the menu, is Aqua Kyoto's jaw-dropping interior, straight from the streets of Tokyo's Ginza to the rooftops of London, bringing with it deep colours, warm atmosphere and more than a touch of glamour in the crushed velvet banquettes and statement lighting.
During summer months, no space can beat Aqua Kyoto's spectacular roof terrace looking down over Regent Street and providing views across the capital.
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5th Floor, 240 Regent StreetLondonW1B 3BR
Great Japanese restaurant.surprising location and food. Ate wonderful Gyoza and maki. Service is really good, people are kindmore
i love the restaurant in this place
lovely decor great food and great service
always a pleasure to come back to the restaurant!!
give you 5 stars because the restaurant is that good!!!
never mind the bar, maybe they have different managers..
at the bar theres only 1, sometimes you can wait up to 30 minutes for a drink when busy and the crowd can be a bit chavtastic' sorry just being...more
I went to Aqua for drinks at the open rooftop terrace. Great scene and a good looking crowd. Then moved inside for dinner and they seated us in a nice cozy arc-shaped booth perfect for two. The service was extraordinary, the wine selection fancy, and the sushi was pretty close to the best I have had. Definitely recommend this place for pre dinner drinks at the rooftop and the amazing...more
Aqua Kyoto is one of those places which offer an experience, something more than just a Japanese dinner.
First of all, you reach the top floor of the building by a private lift, doors open into a lovely reception desk were to hand in your coats and get info about your booking. A soon as we get into it, we realice the great atmosphere. The binchotan (Japanese charcoal) deco of the spirit bar...more
In a place like London where the quality f sushi is generally high, Aqua Kyoto doesn't live up. We went there for the Infinity Brunch on Sunday.
The location is good - right off Oxford Circus. Don't be fooled by the "roof terrace" - there is no spectacular view. The dining room is modern, but showing signs of wear and tear throughout. Starting to look shabby, especially in day...more