Itadaki Zen is an organic and vegan Japanese restaurant.
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Venue Details & Map
139 King's Cross RoadKing's CrossLondonWC1X 9BJ
- +44 (0)20 7278 3573
- Public transport:
- King's Cross Thameslink, National Railway
Everything here is delicately thought out from their light and refreshing udon tofu soup, soft peanut side to their decor. The waitress was softly spoken and careful which made the place pleasantly serene. Come here to get away from the bustle at Kings Cross. A definite place to go, especially if you are a vegetarian.more
Simple yet beautifully executed, Itadaki Zen is a vegan Japanese nest of a restaurant within walking distance of King's Cross station. It gives birth to the concept that vegan and gluten-free food can still be crafted exquisitely with differences in texture, colour and taste. Testament to how authentically Japanese Itadaki Zen is, the staff are so Japanese that they can barely communicate in...more
On our first night out in a long time, since the little one was born, this is where we chose to have dinner.
Their menu hasn't changed that much since the last time we'd been here, which was maybe a year and half ago. We decided to splurge and get the tempura sushi set. Though everything is vegan, I love the wide array of tastes that is cooked up through marinades and different cooking...more
My friend chose this place for dinner. I love vegan restaurants but have never been to a Japanese vegan one before. It has an authentic Japanese feel with decoration and Japanese speaking staff. My friend who also speaks Japanese knew the good stuff to order, and helped me pick out something (to clarify the menu was all in English I just didn't know what some of the dishes were). I ordered the...more
The food is good. The portions (contrary to some other reviews) I thought were perfectly fine too. It is a little pricey, but the food is worth it and the atmosphere and nice and relaxed.
...A little too relaxed. Everything took forever: the food, the service, getting the check. I think altogether we were there for almost 2 hours, and by the time we left there were still people sitting down...more