Aqua Kyoto

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Soho

  • Expensive
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    Aqua Kyoto Fifth floor
    30 Argyll Street
    London
    W1B 3BR

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Natalie W
2 of 2 found helpful

I went to Aqua for lunch on Friday with my partner and had a great 3 course meal with a bottle of wine thrown in. Unfortunately the weather wasn't nice enough for the terrace, but eating inside was absolutely fine - the food was delicious and staff very attentive. It was very quiet, probably as it was lunch, but that gave us the place to ourselves!

Steph
2 of 2 found helpful

My parents and I had dinner here and was really impressed, the service was very attentive but not rushed, and the food is great - the Seabss with crab ravioli was my favorite, cooked to perfection! Very well done indeed and lots of variety. I am taking my husband there this weekend.

Howard S
1 of 1 found helpful

This is my second time I have had lunch this time it was the Bento box, I had the black cod miso, which I couldn't fault, love the service, planning an afternoon on their terrace overlooking Regents st!

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Ashleigh A
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Really not sure what the draw is with this place; our sushi was fine but for the price that's not good enough. Lovely balcony though!

Alan
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The entire set-up is really quite amateurish. For the quality of the food and the service the prices really should be at least 20% inside Nobu and Roka. The waiter simply did not listen, all the dishes (starters and mains) were dumped on our table at the same time (soup last!). Food was really ordinary; not as good as your average high street sushi bar but they rely on the funkiness of venue to not have to worry about other more fundamental restaurant basics.