Kisaku Japanese restaurant is at Chiswick High Road, near Chiswick Park Station.
The meaning of Kisaku is somewhere you feel like home, with an atmosphere where you can feel relaxed. We believe food is also art, and we pride ourselves in our presentation and taste.
Our respect for customers is by using the freshest ingredients possible.
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Kisaku Japanese Restaurant
470 Chiswick High RoadChiswickLondonW4 5TT
- Public transport:
- Chiswick Park, Underground
Exquisite jap food- cannot fault anything really. Service great, really go above to make sure you are alright in true Japanese way, very kind and gentle people. The sushi rolls are gorgeous, you can see the owner making them at the bar. Presentation lovely. Miso soup always a good one, chilli chicken is not that spicy though so I would recommend go the beef.
Perect for romantic or small group...more
Really nice sushi! I wanted to add avocado to my rolls which they didn't have as an option in the menu and they added it anyway as per my request.
The young girl it's very polite.
I will definitely will come back!more
The sushi quality is undebiably great, although this was the first even Japanese restaurant where I was denied teriyaki sauce to deep my sushi instead of the regular dipping sause. I had a salmon with teriyake, which ironically was a bit of a mission to be able to have it with asparagus instead of vegetables. The chef ended up allowing me to have one asparagus with the vegetables, instead of...more
Amazing food and lovely atmosphere - Chiswick's best kept secret, we loved it!
So when we came here the first time we thought the good food and ambience was an accident on a good day. We came back with my Mother in Law who loves Japanese food and has a chance to sample the wares from the best Japanese food in London and Paris. She too was blown away by the food and thought it was a small...more
A perfectly good and nicely done sushi restaurant by an authentic Japanese chef.
This is the normal Japanese experience, so it is not cheap and not totally sure Chiswick would support these prices, whereas a more Central London place would?
Some Westeners may find this authentic experience less lively, a bit boring and it is like many other sushi places. It does not have anything unique...more