Sen Nin is a contemporary Japanese Teppanyaki, Robata and Pan Asian Restaurant in the heart of Islington. Being Islington's first and oldest Japanese Restaurant, Sen Nin has recently undergone a full refurbishment featuring a centrally located Teppanyaki (Hibachi Grill), Robata (Japanese BBQ). Sushi Counter and Wok Station. We also have an exclusive Chef's Teppanyaki Table where you can sit in front of the Chef who will entertain you and watch your food being cooked in front of you. From our open live kitchen you can see the Chefs prepare all the dishes in full view of all diners. A full range of contemporary Pan Asian and Japanese favourites such as Thai Green Curry, Wagyu Beef and Black Cod . Chilled or hot sake is a must on the side, or you can choose from their range of Japanese inspired cocktails made from Premium Spirits. Whilst seated in the main restaurant, you can select from our A la Carte Menu or if seated on the Teppanyaki Table, you will select from a Chef's Table Menu.
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Venue Details & Map
Sen Nin Japanese Teppanyaki Restaurant
206 Upper Street
- Public transport:
- Highbury & Islington, Underground
Amazing deal on Tuesdays ...50% off food and drink (with some exclusions). Great atmosphere & it is great to watch the kitchen prepare everything.more
I went to this restaurant last Saturday on December 6th with about 10 girls for a birthday. We were pleasantly surprised when they had a 3 course or 4 course meal for the great price of 16 or 21 pounds.
It all went downhill after that. Our first course came out ten minutes after we ordered, next course maybe 5-8. Standard, good timing. All in line with what it should be. After waiting almost...more
The venue itself looks pretty good. Fairly narrow but with large windows along the side street. Open kitchen and teppanyaki grill with seats around at the back. Like the modern decor.
Ordered some noodle dishes. My chicken teriyaki soba noodles was disappointing. Just bland and completely unexciting. Big white chunks of chicken breast that had been just heated in a warm wok with some shredded...more
My friend and I saw this restaurant last week and while walking down the street and both thought we should try it. The place was busy and the sign said £10.95 all you can eat sushi buffet. The American in me was like, "oh yes!" but I was left disappointed with the selection as it isn't truly a Japanese restaurant. It was a hotchpotch of sushi and pan-Asian cuisine.
Menu: I can only comment...more
Close to perfect!
I've walked past this place a lot, it being my nearest sushi/Teppanyaki place. However it always looked quite pricey and unwelcoming. Well that all changed with new management and a focus on value for money. I spotted a poster outside the window that said a few words that you never see associated with Sushi in London.
It said. Sunday buffet. Unlimited Sushi. All day. I did...more