One of three Aqua venues at this Argyll Street venue - and sister to Hutong and Aqua Shard over at Renzo Piano's London Bridge opinion-divider - this spot focuses its culinary eye on Japan.
Set lunches prove a popular draw but if you're going a la carte in the evening then expect small plates, salads and sushi alongside robata grills, tempuras and large plates. Dishes include wagyu beef gyoza, sea bass with braised daikon in a spicy dashi broth, and robusta no mushi yaki - pot-roasted lobster with lime leaf, sweet pepper sauce and oyster leaves.
House and signature cocktails sit alongside a wine list featuring bottles from the old world and new, as well as 11 different sakes, including a Suirakuten daiginjo from Akita that's available by the flask and bottle. An 'infinity brunch' is fun too, with food served alongside unlimited Veuve Clicquot.