Chisou

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West End

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  • Address:

    Chisou 4 Princes Street
    London
    W1B 2LE

  • Venue phone:

    020 7629 3931

  • Venue website:

    www.chisourestaurant.com

  • Opening hours:

    Lunch served noon-2.30pm, dinner served 6-10.30pm Mon-Sat. Meals served 1-9.30pm Sun

  • Transport:

    Tube: Oxford Circus

  • Price:

    Main courses £12-£25. Set lunch £14.50-£20.50

  • Map

    1. Chisou

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Rick H.

Food is stunningly fresh and tasty, staffs are friendly and professional. place you want to take your love ones.

Jeff J

My favourite Japanese. Unpretentious great fresh Japanese food. I've been going there for eight years and have not had a bad meal.

Michael Caine

Non in europe there`s a Japanese restaurant like Chisou, fantastic fresh fish and tremendous sake list. Do not hesitate to ask any member of staff for sake reccomendations as they`ll guide you through the entire list to reccomend you the best for your food.

Lucille

Im a frequent visitor to Japan, and when i am at home in London, Chisou is my favourite Japanese Restaurant.

Secret Diner

You reviewer certainly went to a different restaurant too, or perhaps he was just feeling grumpy that night. Mrs Diner and I went for lunch last week: the sashimi (particularly the mackerel) was outstanding, we had buttery, melting braised eel sushi, quality soft shelled crabs, and very good fried bean curd. I loved the beef (far too much, even for us) and the range of sakis was impressive. Warning: the portions are huge, particularly the "appetisers". And at £72 for two without drinks, this was not too pricey for what turned into quite a banquet. Oh, and the service was extraordinarily attentive (though one person - just one - needs a can of Sure. Please tell her quickly, rest of the staff, as I'm returning next week!).

Jason S

Sounds like Frank went to a different restaurant! Chisou is often mentioned as one of, if not, 'the' best sushi restaurant in London! Like the decor, the prices and service are not pretentious either. - I have eaten there at least 10 times and taken many friends there. The service has always been superb.