Asakusa

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Camden

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Time Out rating:

<strong>Rating: </strong><span class='lf-avgRating'>3</span>/5

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  • Address:

    Asakusa 265 Eversholt Street
    London
    NW1 1BA

  • Venue phone:

    020 7388 8533

  • Opening hours:

    Dinner served 6-11.30pm Mon-Fri; 6-11pm Sat

  • Transport:

    Tube: Camden Town or Mornington Crescent tube

  • Price:

    Main courses £5.50-£13

  • Map

    1. Asakusa
      • 265 Eversholt Street
        London
        NW1 1BA
      • 020 7388 8533
      • 51.533823,-0.138214

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Subaru

Everyone knows this is the best Japanese restaurant in London, as is obvious from the reviews. All of my Japanese friends say so too; this is where they'll take you if you ask to eat good Japanese food. It is also possibly the cheapest Japanese restaurant (out of those of decent quality). This is probably why the Time Out reviewer gave it a 3/5 rating—it's not posh enough and doesn't have a pretentious decor. Atmosphere is great. Very cozy environment, nothing over the top. Definition of an excellent restaurant. Time Out get a grip.

Rushelle

I love this place. Having eaten Japanese food in Japan, this place definitely compares. The food is great and the prices are even better. I have brought a few of my friends here and would certainly recommend it to anyone who wants to try Japanese food.

Jennifer

This is one of my favourite restaurants in London, and the best Japanese food I've had. The restaurant itself has a great atmosphere; it's absolutley tiny but the decor is excellent - very authentic and not OTT. The food is excellent and of a really high standard; the buta kakuni (simmered pork belly) is so tender it falls apart practically by looking at it! Just make sure you book before you go because it is ridiculously hard to get a table without booking. The best part is when you get the bill and realise how reasonable the prices are!

holly

Bloody great. Had an awesome meal in a packed to the rafters restaurant. Make sure you book!

Marta

Amazing japanese traditional food. Simply one of the bestJapanese restraunt in London.

Andrew

Don't know what crack this reviewer was smoking, 3/5? Best Japanese I've had in London for years and quite possibly ever.

JH

What is up with TimeOut? Three stars for the best Japanese restaurant in London? Are you kidding me??? Wonderful atmosphere, amazing (reasonably priced) food, feels like being in a real Japanese izakaya, takes me back to my days in Tokyo.

Veronica

This is my absolute favourite restaurant. I don't think Time Out's review has given it justice. Asakusa is easily the best Japanese restaurant in London. The decor isn't great but the food is well worth it.

islingtonfoodlover

Love this place!!!Recommend highly. Great value for money, tasty food, and no meagre portions- unlike other Japanese restaurants in London.

Nick Stavros Stephens

Sushi is fresh and solid 9/10.. Tempura was good but not mind blowing.. Service is solid. Top Class for the price you pay check it out for sure...

samuel

The Best Japanese izakaya in London the only place that not so pretentious and up tight that you can relax and eat Japanese food, It what must be a former Italian or Greek mock restaurant you can sit and eat delicious food and have excellent drinks. I would definitely recommend booking the fact that its packed from 6 on a monday evening says it all and most of the customers are Japanese. God Bless Asakusa