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About Engawa Restaurant
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Engawa Restaurant is located within the prestigious Ham Yard Hotel, offering a traditional Japanese cuisine for Wagyu and sushi tasting course and is our flagship restaurant outside of Japan. We hope to bring our unique dining experience and authentic Japanese food to the people of London.
Salt group is the market leader in the Japanese dining scene, providing both casual and high-end cuisine. Established in 2002, the group is growing fast as a global trendsetter, understanding consumer markets and offering diners an experience they’ll never forget.
Our portfolio of 40 restaurants includes prestigious venues in prime locations with flagship destinations such as Osaka and Tokyo.
London, W1D 7DT
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Sunday: 12noon - 2:30pm
Monday - Saturday 6pm - 10:30pm
Sunday 6pm - 9:30pm
£41 and over
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
020 7287 5724
Located behind Piccadilly circus. Engawa Restaurant is ideally located with underground and bus links to all parts of London a stones throw away. Taxi"s are readily available at Piccadilly also.
Counter Seating, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining , Outdoor Smoking Area
Engawa Restaurant Ratings and Reviews
I came here for an anniversary meal. We'd been to Japan in June and were craving authentic Wagyu. We weren't disappointed. We each chose the £65 Omakase menu. Attention to detail was fantastic. Everything was presented beautifully. Really loved my yuzu cocktail too. I would definitely recommend!
Fabulous authentic Japanese restaurant, with excellent quality. (I am Japanese from Tokyo, writing this review.)
Course meal is just brilliant with starter / various sashimi and vegetables dishes / wagyu steak as well as a la carte. Best seats are at the counter, where you can see all chefs preparing with such calmness and tranquility. It is managed by a Japanese company from Tokyo and the atomosphere is cozy and friendly despite its high-end quality feel.
When I went for my friend's birthday treat, staff noticed it was his birthday and without me asking them, the chef/staff decorated the dessert we ordered with 'happy birthday' message with candles.
Far better than Nobu and the best in London.
Always one of our favourite eateries to visit in London. Amazing Japanese food, creative menu and just the best Wagyu. Can't wait till our next london visit, to me this tops most the other fancy Japanese restaurants in London by a long way, it is small and cozy!
We went for an anniversary lunch on a Friday afternoon, arriving around 12:15. Both of us opted for the set menu (£65), with wagu beef main.
The starter - server on a huge block of ics, was spectacular; the bento box had endless compartments and each was a great taste. And the beef, served on a hot stone, was first-class. Not huge, but enough, and perfectly done.
Dessert was a deconstructed apple pie with fruit and a warm, chocolate-green tea sauce which was to die for.
Ambience was quite at the start, though the place filled around 1pm, with what seemed like locals (many were of Japanese origin) comping for lunch. Then it emptied again after lunch.
We took our time and at one point the waiter comments, positively: "why rush, you have all afternoon" ... which was kind and put us at our ease.
All-i-all an excellent place to savour a really well put together and extensive lunch.
Having heard so much about this restaurant, decided to try it for myself.
It was a lunch for one as I was in town to attend a meeting. Sat at the counter and watched the food being prepared. Prompt and unrushed service.
Food was delicious - I ordered the 14 piece bento box.
Bentara used to be a wonderful restaurant but the food has been disappointing lately. And on this occasion, the service was poor and the wine cellar unable to provide our first two choices. Roti Chennai was wonderful, as usual but the satay was dry. My salmon was properly cooked but sauce was flavorless, which is quite a change from how it used to be.
I never heard of this restaurant and was pleasantly surprised how great it was. I found this on the internet via google. We went for the £65 course meal. One of the courses included a wooden box with 11 small dishes with lots of variety. The beef sizzling dish was also exquisite. The atmosphere is authentic with genuine Japanese people and friendly. I would give it 9/10 with the one point deducted because the venue is quite small but the decor is beautiful. I am fairly slim and found it a squeeze going to the ladies. However overall loved it!
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