Tuck into Nikkei, a Japanese-Peruvian fusion food, in a fun setting with live cooking theatrics at Chotto Matte in London’s Soho.
The glitzy two-floor venue has an open Robata grill, sushi bar and 155-cover dining room on the first floor, while the ground floor hosts a cocktail bar, raw bar and à la carte restaurant, with a huge mural by Tokyo graffiti artist Houxo Que.
Where is Chotto Matte and how do I get there?
Chotto Matte is situated in Frith Street in Soho, a five-minute walk from Tottenham Court Road Tube station on the Central and Northern lines, and Leicester Square Tube station on the Northern and Piccadilly lines.
What’s on the menu at Chotto Matte restaurant?
Feast on sushi and sashimi, tempura, and grilled and barbecued meat and seafood dishes. On the first floor, the exposed Robata grill serves up a mouth-watering bevy of barbecue dishes, including grilled octopus, tiger prawns and pork belly.
There are also Nikkei and vegetarian tasting menus, a kids' menu and a pre-theatre menu. Available every Saturday between 12pm and 6pm is a three-course brunch, which can be enjoyed with bottomless cocktails. As well as classic cocktails, such as espresso martini and Aperol spritz, there’s an dazzling range of Japanese- and Peruvian-influenced cocktails to choose from, including pisco sours and yuzu martinis.
What are Chotto Matte's opening times?
Chotto Matte is open from Monday to Saturday from 12pm to 1.30am, and on Sunday from 1pm to midnight.