Think Japanese food, think sushi and ramen, right? Well, yes, there’s certainly no shortage of places in London where you can eat excellent raw fish and rich noodle soup, but Japanese cuisine has so much more to offer.
On our list of London’s best Japanese restaurants, high-end spots specialising in wagyu beef sit alongside hip joints serving Eastern-style down-and-dirty dude food. And fusion dishes include Koya Bar’s bacon and egg suspended in udon-filled broth and Uni’s sea urchin ceviche. Stick to the classics or be adventurous: the choice is yours.
Still hungry? Here are London’s best ramen restaurants.
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