Chotto Matte restaurant and bar offers guests fresh and high quality Japanese inspired Nikkei cuisine. Chotto Matte’s menu features a tasting menu of seven courses for just £40. Open from 12pm-1.30am, Chotto Matte welcomes diners day and night. As well as the delicious food guests can also experience a unique drinks offering in the lounge area with a large collection of fine wines, sakes, shochu and premium Japanese whiskies. Andy Martin’s striking interior design fuses both natural materials such as lava stone and burnt cedar with art inspired by Tokyo’s contemporary urban culture. Four distinct areas split over three floors house a lounge, sushi bar, robata grill and a 180 cover restaurant offering guests a multi-layered experience that blurs the boundaries between modern and traditional aesthetics.
Venue Details & Map
11-13 Frith StreetLondonW1D 4RB
- +44 20 7042 7171
Top 5 reviews of Chotto Matte
Japanese-Peruvian fusion restaurant with a cool/trendy vibe (good date spot). The ground floor has more of a bar scene, whereas upstairs is a little quieter and more restaurant-y. Both floors have really cool mural art as a focal point. We had the paper-thin vegetables (nice and lemony), ebi harumaki (shrimp spring roll, bit on the oily side), nasu miso (sweet miso aubergine), salmon teriyaki... more
One of my favorite meals in London ! Super great vibe, fresh sushi, and delicious cocktails. Sooo tasty ! more
We got the sexy tasting menu when we came here on a special occasion last month. The restaurant is light and airy, with a very cool vibe. The food was similarly light, but perhaps that was because I had the veggie tasting menu. I thought it was exquisitely presented but would have liked a little more protein in the courses - as I did feel like I had 6 courses of salad, followed by dessert... more
It looked like a pretty hot spot for date. It's a drink, dinner place with good music & atmosphere. The service is pretty fast considering how crowded it was although waitresses didn't really spare a minute to explain what they were throwing on the table! It's best to share a few different dishes. It's on the pricier side & last but not least their drink list sounded quite disgusting so I... more
We tried the £25 prix fixe menu. The food came out very quickly and there was quite a lot of it (we were stuffed!) but the food was a bit meh. The only other time I had Japanese-Peruvian fusion was Nobu (which I get is not a fair comparison) but that said, I'd opt for a normal Japanese restaurant over this.
Nothing was horribly wrong but there were a few things that could have gone better.... more