Taste the best in casual yet refined Japanese cuisine at Sosharu, and immerse yourself in the richness of the restaurant's ambience.
Head chef Alex Craciun spent a year in Japan to prepare for its launch. Taste his delicious offerings, which include such rich innovations as chashu pork belly and bream sashimi.
Feast from an illustrious dessert menu, and when the food is cleared, journey downstairs to 7 Tales bar for a cocktail.
|Durchschnittpreis für ein Gericht||From £26.00 (USD 36.38) pro Gast|
£26 to £40
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Venue Details & Map
64 Turnmill StreetLondonEC1M 5RR
- +44 (0)208 600 3600
Top 5 reviews of Sosharu
This was an interesting meal for me in that it is hard to judge the experience without being so anchored on other Japanese places. What got me to go here was that it had an afternoon tea which was alternative and modern. It wasn't the hoity toity type of afternoon tea that one expects from the city of London.
So how was the afternoon tea. It was a good price for what you get. There was... more
Booking: easy and smooth through open table. I chose the afternoon tea option and I added a note about my friend who is lactose intolerant. I got confirmation in the app and by email straight away and got a phone call on the day to double check.
Getting there: greeted straight away, coats taken away and brought to our table instantly. Of course, the first thing I wanted to do was to go to the... more
My boyfriend and I might have ordered the portion for 4, but we managed to finish everything we ordered. Everything tastes nice, but the portions are fairly small, which is as expected. It's more of modern Japanese food with some European ideas in it, but cooked in a delicate way.
One thing to notice that the price on the menu does not have the VAT included! more
An exciting and fresh take on Asian fusion/Izakaya that definitely worth a second visit (if you are not on a budget).
The overall decor of the restaurant is a bit whimsical. Wooden tables and chairs. Wooden screens (or byobu in Japanese) in between tables. Is this the modern Japanese style? Maybe not.
We have ordered bream sashimi, salmon, cobia and tuna ''open'' temaki, wagyu beef and pale... more
Jason Atherton is opening new restaurants at a rate not seen since Gordon Ramsey had his rapid expansion phase and I have always been impressed with the consistently high quality but after a recent disappointing re-visit to his Singapore restaurant Esquina I was a bit worried.
Sosharu has jumped on the izakaya trend and as most of the places in Europe that have done that have missed the point... more