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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11-13 Frith StreetLondonW1D 4RB
- +44 20 7042 7171
We stopped in for lunch. Very cool atmosphere, great soho location. We each had the chotto bento box. We both thought it was excellent, we really enjoyed all the features. Really fun place and in the evenings and weekends it brings a lounge atmosphere. Don't forget to check out the bathrooms it glows in the dark.more
If walking or bar hopping around Soho, you can't avoid this place. The cocktails in London are famous for being watered down & pricey and this place was no exception so I had to keep ordering to get a buzz but the bartender was this charming Italian dude & made it fun to stay aroundmore
Very trendy and popular eatery in Soho Cotto Matte is more about style over substance.
Walking in on a Friday night the restaurant was buzzing, the bar a choice hangout for cocktails. From the clientele to the very styled mood lighting and slick modern decor it felt almost a bit more South Beach than Soho. Then I was hit with a bit of attitude from the hostess at the reception. Completely...more
The food here was very good. I probably won't be back here, but I was quite impressed by their seabass ceviche(10.95 pounds) and their Sato Maki Roll, which was seabass, salmon, romano peppers, and lime soy (13.25 pounds). I highly recommend these dishes. I wasn't too hungry, so I stuck with these two. The service here is only ok. A bit sparse, I'd say. And finding the bathrooms was like...more