Kikuchi Japanese Restaurant
We will be closed from 03/02/2019 to 18/02/2019
For Winter Holidays.
We will re-open from 19/02/2019 as usual.
Sorry for any inconvenience caused.
We’re looking forward to your next visit with us.
Please note we have a minimum order £40 per person.
We look forward to serving you soon!
Sushi was amazing. Tasty over all. I’ll definitely go back.
very slow service, drinks especially very expensive, although food good
Flawless. For what it was the price was correct. Probably some of if not the best sushi we’ve ever had - and we’ve been to Japan. The head sushi chef was the don. Waiting staff really nice too. My gf enjoyed her 30th birthday very much.
The excellent owner cheff (proper Japanese cheff) behind the sushi counter and wonderful service by the staff!
Fresh food, good service :)
The food was good but I would say very expensive versus other options in the area. Some of the food prices per plate seem to be extremely expensive. I can’t complain about the quality although the miso cod was a little burnt.
Kikuchi was an amazing food experience the recommendations both on food and drinks (outstanding Sake) were spot on
A must go if you are a sushi and nigiri lover
Great service too
Incredibly fresh sashimi and sushi. Probably the best I’ve had in London and I’ve toured on a regular basis the top end japenese restaurants in town.
If you want no frills but super fresh, authentic Japanese food, come here. Everywhere else is inferior.
Sadly, too expensive vs quality. And almost felt like didnt want to bother to serve us
Wonderful food, great service. Very impressed with the experience. Thank you. Will be back again soon.
Great food especially the cold udon
Came from Seattle and thoroughly enjoyed our last meal in London at Kikuchi. Excellent presentation and taste.
Excellent sushi and friendly service. Will definitely go back.
Very authentic food and nice staff. Menu offers a good choice of food.
One of the best Japanese restaurant in London. But not really a place for big days. Would be better for everyday dining or friends gathering
Service by staff was excellent! Quality of fish was great!
Best sushi in London
Second time i have eaten here in the past month as a felt i needed to take my wife here (after being with my friends).
I had the Premium Omakase and whilst pricey, was definitely worth the value.
The food was delicious and is different from the standard sushi offering in my opinion, so was definitely an experience that is worth trying once.
Staff were polite, with a nice traditional vibe. It's not a loud place so you are able to chat.
We sat by the counter so we could observe the sushi masters at the work.
Definitely a place i would recommend to friends.
Great quality sushi! I wish I could have them everyday!
Incredible sushi, very authentic.
Definitely one of the top Japanese restaurants in London. Very authentic, fresh and tasty. I was surprised how good it is and will revisit very soon!
Sushi was not good enough for the price point
Urchin rice bowl and the special cut sashimi. Furry tuna with light grill is a must order. Very delicious.
As always, the food was of the highest standard, the sake amazing, and the staff very attentive
Everything you would expect from a restaurant of this calibre
P.S. You really must try the Wagyu beef!
Very good authentic Japanese restaurant. All of us enjoyed every single dishes. Taste like home in Japan.
The sushi and sashimi are simply subert. Point. No need for any other words. Absolutely amazing. It is not cheap but the quality in my view justifies the price. Simple decor, good service. I just hope not too many people go there so I can make sure I always find a table
Quite simply the best Japanese food you’ll find in London. Super fresh fish as you can see in the cabinet, great selection of sake and ice cold Asahi.
A wonderful experience and a real treat. Fantastic sushi and sashimi, all beautifully presented and a delectable choice of sakes.
I drove a long way to get to the restaurant, it wasn't worth the trip. It is an OK restaurant for the local community.
This place is amazing. Not cheap but worth it!
The omakase menu was generally very good. There were a lot of "starter" dishes, all of which were excellent. The nigiris were expertly crafted, all at precisely the right temperature. However, I think the ratio of rice was on the low side and the seasoning was just on the low side. I also noticed that the unagi was microwaved, and the tamagoyaki at the end was served scolding hot. Despite these inconsistencies, it was a very satisfying meal.
Best sushi in London, better than Nobu, etc. Authentic experience. The sushi melts in your mouth. Some of the best customer service in London as well.
Superb Japanese food as fresh as I've had before. Decor is simple and the food is pricey but well worth the money for the quality. Significantly better than its Japanese counterparts like Nobu and Roka in London. Small wine which could be improved but impressive sake list.
The night we dined it was very hot in the restaurant though.
Very authentic Japanese restaurant. The money you pay goes into the food not the decor. Probably one of the best Japanese restaurants in London. The master Chef is a sake sommelier and the flight of sake deal should not be missed.
Fantastic A to Z
Brilliant as always!
The food was really good. The service was also lovely. However, it is quite expensive to dine at Kikuchi.
Had Omakase menu for 2 for a special occasion - Not cheap, but worth the price given the freshness and authenticity of food.
On a business trip to London, I was looking for a restaurant rated 4 stars and more on Google Maps. I opted to treat me for dinner in Kikuchi. I was not disappointed. The price may seem high, but the quality is at its best. Everything was delicate and delicious. Even, the wasabi for example, was super good. The tuna melted in my mouth. The grilled fish was perfectly cooked. The fishmonk sashimi was spectacular. The macha and sesame icecream to crown the experience were delicious. So I do not regret one bit the 100£ choice that I made.