Chotto Matte restaurant and bar offers guests fresh and high quality Japanese inspired Nikkei cuisine. Chotto Matte’s menu features a tasting menu of seven courses for just £40. Open from 12pm-1.30am, Chotto Matte welcomes diners day and night. As well as the delicious food guests can also experience a unique drinks offering in the lounge area with a large collection of fine wines, sakes, shochu and premium Japanese whiskies. Andy Martin’s striking interior design fuses both natural materials such as lava stone and burnt cedar with art inspired by Tokyo’s contemporary urban culture. Four distinct areas split over three floors house a lounge, sushi bar, robata grill and a 180 cover restaurant offering guests a multi-layered experience that blurs the boundaries between modern and traditional aesthetics.
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Venue Details & Map
11-13 Frith StreetLondonW1D 4RB
- +44 (0)20 7042 7171
- Public transport:
- Tottenham Court Road, Underground
The doorman here is lovely. I really like the atmosphere of this place but the waiters and waitresses can be a bit snobby and rude. I asked for a table to order a drink and the waitress told me she was too busy to attend to me. The dismissal was very snobbish and rude. I was dressed quite well so I don't know why she gave me the cold shoulder. Other than the bad service the mocktails are...more
Great place to go with friends. The downstairs is very cool and the atmosphere is fun and lively. Food is quality! Although a bit on the pricey side it's worth it as it's a great evening. Staff are lovely and friendly toomore
I really like this place. The food, the atmosphere, the service...all good
The place is nicely decorated, with a good young and stylish vibe. The service is good, polite and prompt.
the food is very good, a mixture of sushi and peruvian that takes the best of both cousines. Few things to try out definitely: the octopus with purple potatoes, the tostadas with salmon, the seabass and the...more
The food was amazing but the service from our waitress (Rocío) defined the experience.
It is a tapa-esque service where diners are encouraged to try multiple dishes (typically 3-4 a person). Everything from the starters, mains and desserts were unique and very flavorful - we especially liked the purple potatoes.
I've been to quite a few and I found this restaurant one of the best in Londonmore
I've only had the (mis)fortune of sampling the bar here, not the restaurant, and it always saddens me to report that it was the staff that put a dampener on the night :(
It was a busy weeknight eve when I went in with a group of colleagues, as we were attracted by the buzz from the outside and the funky awnings. It was pretty rammed inside, but whilst I was busy admiring the very cool...more