High above the streets of London's famous West End, Aqua Kyoto is located five floors up in Regent Street's Dickens and Jones buildings.
Cutting edge in every sense, Aqua Kyoto is overseen by top chef Jordan Sclare, producing thrilling Japanese food with a creative, contemporary twist. A number of dishes are available, from sublime grills straight from the sumibi yaki, fantastic noodle dishes and super fresh sushi and sashimi enjoyed in the stunning sunken sushi bar.
Just as exciting as the menu, is Aqua Kyoto's jaw-dropping interior, straight from the streets of Tokyo's Ginza to the rooftops of London, bringing with it deep colours, warm atmosphere and more than a touch of glamour in the crushed velvet banquettes and statement lighting.
During summer months, no space can beat Aqua Kyoto's spectacular roof terrace looking down over Regent Street and providing views across the capital.
|Typical meal price||From £41.00 per diner|
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Venue Details & Map
5th Floor, 240 Regent StreetLondonW1B 3BR
Top 5 reviews of Aqua Kyoto
Trendy and stylish place overlooking Regent St. The service was extraordinary, sushi was great and the wine selection fancy.I would definitely recommend this place. more
Great place to go for fanciful cocktails with friends.
Overlooking Regent St and near the heart of all the nightlife action on Oxford Street and Soho, Aqua is a great spot to go when you want a proper lively night out. Upscale mood, with polished decor and a quasi Asian look without it being a theme. Trendy, with beautiful people yet not pretentious, it ticks a lot of boxes for a good... more
Nice spacious venue with a nice rooftop area.
There was a list of cocktails on the menu covering two pages. I requested a pornstar martini which was not on the menu and it tasted how it should. however the prosecco that came on the side was not nice at all, so i left that untouched.
The venue is fairly brightly lit up until around 10pm, so it would've been nicer if the lights were dimmed... more
This place is trendy but I have mixed feelings about it.
The pre-cocktails we ordered were really good but the one coming with the foraging menu was just too strange it tasted like hand soap.
As for the food, it tried to be creative which is good but got lost in translation in a way.
The ostrich was too tough, the scallops not crispy which didnt give enough dimension to the dish as the... more
My second time dining here. The first time, a year ago, the food was really delicious and the drinks were top notch. This time the food was very uneven. The octopus rolls with miso butter were really tasty, wagyu gyoza was really flavorful and the yakitori skewers were all delightful. Other dishes were just ok. The reason for the two stars here were the dreadful cocktails. I don't... more