We can all be a bit competitive when it comes to dining out in London. If you’ve waited over a year for a table at Dabbous, queued for an hour in the rain for a spot at Dishoom or managed to schmooze door staff at Chiltern Firehouse, you’re naturally entitled to bragging points. That’s why we’ve assembled a checklist for you to work out just how many of London’s best restaurants you’ve been to. Take the test and share your score to see if you’re the king or queen of London’s dining scene.
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We browsed our way around restaurants galore to find you the best tables in town. But what did you think of our top 100? Perhaps you think one of our lower entries is the capital’s finest eatery? Well here’s your chance to vote for your favourite restaurant in London.
This Catherine Street venue is the Covent Garden branch of a five-strong chain of Japanese restaurants. It's from the same group behind Golders Green's Shabu Shabu, too. This one does well with Drury Lane theatre-goers. As with the other branches, here it's mostly about recognisable Japanese staples. Expect, then, sushi and sashimi alongside dishes such as vegetable tempura, various donburi, chicken teriyaki, tofu salads and bento boxes. Keep an eye out for what look like good-value sushi and sashimi platters, too.
Venue says: “Just opened, our authentic Japanese restaurant in Covent Garden!”