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
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
Sushiiiiii!!! And unliited champagneeeeeeee!
What a lovely image, I'm sure.
My brother from another mother's sister's husband had his surprise 30th lunch here so we turned up, the 10 of us and hid in their special glass room while we patiently awaited the arrival of the guest of honour. Unbeknownst to him, we were ready to jump out at a moment's notice and yell 'SURPRISE' and...more
I love how Yelp gets people with similar interests together. In this case a group of us got together with a similar interest in getting drunk at lunchtime on a weekend on as much champagne as we could carry. Well, to me that's as valid an interest as knitting or football.
The first place we decided on for this outing was Aqua Kyoto - I've been to Aqua Shard (a sister restaurant) for cocktails...more
Sushi? For brunch? With unlimited champagne?! Sign me up baby!!
These guys had me at the concept. In fact, I think I got so excited I managed to overhype it for myself! A friend had booked it about 6 months in advance for her hubbie's 30th bday surprise, so I had far too much time to salivate over the menu online beforehand. I think she'd had a few issues with the booking given the largest...more
The high-end Japanese lounge look is so overdone (red! black! low-lit! mirrors! Thievery Corporation tracks!) and Aqua Kyoto is no exception. No matter- I came for the rooftop views (and drinks).
My experience is a bit one-sided as the west wing of the 5th floor patio, which I heard promises better views, was closed off for a private party. I was then left with vistas of flat Mayfair...more