After a successful spell as a pop-up, Scott Hallsworth's restaurant turned permanent in fashionable Kings Road. Kurobuta is an intimate izakaya (traditional Japanese pub) featuring unfussy Robata-grilled dishes, tempura, sushi and more substantial plates – there’s also a great range of sakis on offer.
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312 King's RoadChelseaLondonSW3 5UH
What happens if you take traditional Japanese style food and add a bit of Western flair to it? Thankfully for me (and my taste buds), Scott Hallworth, the master chef behind Kurobuta Chelsea restaurant on Kings Road in London, has crafted a perfect "East Meets West" culinary concept.
The restaurant is designed to allow guests to talk, relax, and enjoy a drink or two, each which compliments...more
Kurobuta: All about the good food!
This is my 2nd time here and it was just as delicious as the 1st time.
My friend and I went a bit overboard but it was so worth it.
We had a free bottle of wine (a current special offer not sure until when it is on) but I couldn't resist having a sake caipirinha which is just fab! (fresh and the lychees just give it another dimension) my friend had a...more
I am going to be the harshest reviewer so far, capitalizing on some of the theme's of others.
Two stars is tough but I think justifiable. Many comments below mention small portions with high prices. Better adjectives are used than just small and high. Sides of rice and Miso are high to me as rice is dirt cheap and Miso often comes with entrees. Actually rice often comes with entrees too...more
Excellent food, good service, cosy atmosphere, crazy prices.
This is the best-tasting food I've had in a while: amazing sauces, fresh ingredients, and great combinations. But wow were prices high. It's tapas-style: I ordered 2 small plates, my husband ordered 3, we each had 2 coffees (it was cold out), and he had 1 dessert, and it came to almost £100! The Chilean sea bass was the highlight...more
Totes yaaaas for this restaurant - the mini burgers and the japanese tuna pizza make you wet in all the right places, and you wont want to share - trust me, I know. The bbq stuff is also so yum it's unreal, falls off the bones right onto the parts of you that we've established are wet, and then you swallow, and we good.
The drinks are great too, and the ambiance is cozy and dark, so no one...more