Yashin Ocean House

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    Yashin Ocean
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    Yashin Ocean
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    Yashin Ocean
  • Yashin Ocean

    Yashin Ocean
  • Yashin Ocean

    Yashin Ocean
  • Yashin Ocean

    Yashin Ocean
  • Yashin Ocean

    Yashin Ocean
  • Yashin Ocean

    Yashin Ocean

Yashin Ocean

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  • Address:

    Yashin Ocean House 117-119 Old Brompton Road
    London
    SW7 3RN

  • Venue phone:

    7373 3990

  • Venue website:

    www.yashinocean.com

  • Opening hours:

    Open Lunch noon–2pm daily; dinner 6-10pm daily

  • Transport:

    Tube: Gloucester Road or South Kensington

  • Price:

    Meal for two with drinks around £130

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sogol a

Not quality price. Ive been to the one in high st kensington which was much better.I love see food and I leave nxt door but  I will never go back.

nthtnguyen

very poor food compared to the original yashin w8. they are trying to hard and loosing the japanese touch. little food portions served on massive plates - the combo of fish + various flavours of veggie/fruits/pickles didnt always work. wont go back to sw7 branch for sure.

Liz Bengis

Probably the worst meal we've ever had! The tuna smelled and tasted like dog food, the eel was inedible, the service was ridiculously bad! Do not eat here!!

Hayley

Being a regular patron at and vocal supporter of Yashin's High St Ken sushi restaurant since it opened, I was delighted to hear 6 months ago that Yashin Ocean House was in the pipeline. Even after 6 months of waiting, Ocean House was so much more than I ever expected. The decor is beautiful - simple and well thought out, with some quirky touches such as the stunning turquoise bar and the glass cabinet in the centre of the room filled with dry aged fish, hanging on hooks ready to be transformed into delicious delights by the two head chefs/owners. The food is wonderful - tapas style dishes ordered from a menu which is segmented by the area of the fish you're eating, including blood, skin, neck and bones. Sounds quirky and if I dare say it, a little too adventurous for most. Don't be fooled! The 'neck' dish I tried (Grilled Dry Aged Yellow Tail Kama) was incredible - rich and almost meaty. The menu is small enough to make it easy to choose (and feel reassured the kitchen knows what it's doing) and wide enough to ensure there's something for everyone. If you enjoy fish and Japanese food, this is definitely worth a try. Opening night was filled with a buzzing smartly dressed Kensington crowd, all of whom left smiling and satisfied. Service was subtle, friendly, attentive and well organised (for a first night!). I truly recommend booking a table at Yashin Ocean House before they're awarded a Michelin star (or two). Then it'll probably take you 2 months to get a table. I'm really delighted for the two chef/owners - bravo! Nobu, Roka, you should be worried. There's a newer, fresher, slicker establishment in town!