Chisou

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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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james b

No 4 Chisou mayfair , chinese restaurant .Most of all waitresses are chinese and never lookafter to customers and talking too much in chinese language. That is so ugly..

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.