Japanese Restaurants in London
Whether you're a sushi buff, desperate to board that all important flight East or simply love the culture, Japenese dining in London has more than a touch of passion about it. Check out our recommendations for the best places to eat Japanese food in London, from high-end restaurant to Izakaya pubs, and get to know some of the most colourful plates in the business.
Last updated on 23rd April 2018
A Clapham favourite for Japanese dining in South London, Mommi is the perfect hybrid. Not only producing a roster of sashimi and sushi that hark of the East, Mommi have gone all out to conjure up a menu that combines the heart of Japan and Latin American dining combined.
One of the most unique Japanese restaurants in London, Inamo has something that nearly no other diners in London have, and that's interactive tables. Not only can you order Eastern food atop your table, and play computer games to boot, Inamo are coming at you with sushi and dishes to die for.
Head over to the West End to find Anzu, the new Japanese eatery from the renowned Tonkotsu group. The bar and restaurant serves up both modern and traditional takes on the delicious cuisine as well as having an excellent selection of sake and wine.
Dokke is an Asian fusion restaurant that uses new world influences to create delicious sharing plates and tapas, paired with fine wine. But what makes it Japanese is their Omakase sharing menu, leaving it to the chef and pairing it with wine to create something unique.
One the best Japanese restaurants in London, this Brixton eatery headed up by Masterchef winner Tim Anderson fuses Japanese cuisine with the global flavours of its South London locale.
Located close to Liverpool Street and inspired by Japanese izakayas, Beer and Buns is an easy all-day eatery that does what it says on the tin. Expect delicious meat-filled buns and games such as foodball and pinball machines.