A contemporary and stylish Japanese teppanyaki and sushi restaurant, Sen Nin Camden located in the listed building known as the St Martin's Tavern pub. Combining the Grand Victorian exterior with the contemporary interior, authentic meals are prepared in the open kitchen whilst guests sit around a large hot plate. A range of sake and Japanese-inspired cocktails are also served at Sen Nin.
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Sen Nin Japanese Teppanyaki & Sushi Restaurant - Camden
35 Pratt StreetCamdenLondonNW1 0BG
- +44 20 7096 1276
Top 5 reviews of Sen Nin Japanese Teppanyaki & Sushi Restaurant - Camden
This restaurant offers amazing value for money on Tuesdays as everything is 50% off (whilst the offer is still on) including drinks! Whether that's cocktails, wine, champagne, beer. As most restaurants exclude drinks on such offers, you can imagine this deal is very popular. It gets incredibly busy on Tuesdays so make sure you book in advance. The food when you dine in is of a good standard...more
I came here on a Wednesday to a fairly empty restaurant - this all made sense when we later found out that Tuesdays is half price day! In spite of our disappointment at the fact that our food bill wasn't going to be cut in half, the staff - both the chef, the waiters/waitresses and management - more than made up for it with their friendly, accommodating, entertaining and efficient attitude....more
This was my first teppanyaki experience which I did really enjoy. The chef was really good and kept us entertained. The food tasted good wasn't the best I ever had but good. I agree with another review the waiter was quite pushy with the more expensive option telling us the food wouldn't be enough but it was fine. I think it was over priced for what it was but would go again on a Tuesday when...more
Sen Nin feels like the place you go to for Japanese if you don't know any better. There are two main reasons why me and my friends were quite disappointed when visiting last night.
First of all, the waiter tried pushing us in ordering more expensive dishes than we really needed. I understand if a waiter wants to advise you on certain items, but this guy just pushed beyond acceptable levels....more
Sen Nin was a general let down. Average food, most of which is overpriced coupled with poor service makes for a forgetful experience. Sen Nin lacks authenticity and much of the cooking lacked inspiration.
Our Teppanyaki dishes were both nice enough but the prawns came with an odd, almost creamy sauce which masked any tasty prawn flavours and the plum sauce with the duck couldn't have tasted...more