Wagyu Beef & Truffle Tataki
Spicy Prawn Gyoza
vodka, passion fruit liqueur, vanilla syrup
Excellent food and experience! Would recommend to everyone looking for a cosy restaurant with incredible food.
A very unique place in the way that it is very very small.. probably, not the best place to go for social distancing! Difficult to have conversations too, as you can hear people speaking next to you (as they are so close). But the service, cocktails and food were great!
Absolutely loved this little gem of a restaurant - the food was fantastic, much better than what “big name” high end Japanese restaurants charge, at about 60% of the price.
Service was efficient and friendly, with great decor and ambience.
Hoping to return very soon...
Delicious meal two days before lockdown. Very friendly staff, food came out quickly, very impressed by the cocktails. Slightly rushed because of the seating times and getting everyone in before lockdown but we completely understood that and the staff went about it very well. Will definitely be returning post lockdown and supporting the business (if they do takeaway during lockdown)
Amazing food and very cozy place! The gyoza is fantastic, one of the best I ever have.
The food was AMAZING! I’d highly recommend this small, but perfectly formed place. Love love love the tuna tacos!
Amazing food, tremendous flavours, really accommodating staff, small restaurant but adds to the character. My wife is Vegetarian and was well catered for, wide choice.
I come here regularly. Food is always amazing and the staff really attentive.
Great service and food. Super cosy.
Small little restaurant with incredible food and service.
had the 3 course lunch for £21; all the food was delicious, especially loved the spicy prawn gyoza and cucumber tataki. cute décor and good service completed the meal
The first time I went to Titu I was fascinated by the restaurant and food. Cozy and small, friendly staff and good music. The food was also good and we felt it was really good value.
However, when I went back I had all these good memories and I was slightly disappointed. The food is still really good but the restaurant environment is not anymore. The music was not good, and all the food arrived at the same time, it wasn’t a pleasant stay on dinner but rather a rushed one where we felt we needed to leave soon.
This is my new favourite restaurant in London. The food tastes amazing, the service is great and the location is nice. It’s a tiny restaurant and really makes you feel cosy and looked after.
I had a wonderful time for dinner here, the atmosphere of the little cozy restaurant is lovely, and the food was good enough to have us order seconds of everything. The matcha brûlée is a must try!
Glad to see our go to local back in business. Imaginative food consistently well prepared, friendly staff, and for Mayfair reasonable prices. Small and intimate so booking advised
The portion is really small but food is good
Brilliant little place: superb food and charming service
A firm favourite. Returning after months away felt so good. The tuna tacos, jalapeño tuna, and shiitake rice balls tasted better than ever. The intimate atmosphere and sweet waitress make for a fabulous night out.
Overall, the experience was great. Things that I liked:
1. The staffs were accommodating and kind, were always smiling and very enthusiastic in introducing the menu and suggested the best in the menu.
2. The Japanese ambient decor had a cozy vibe.
3. I enjoyed the starters - asparagus fries, cucumber tataki and vegetable gyoza. Tasted fresh and well seasoned.
4. Also enjoyed the mochi dessert, especially the coconut and mango ❤️
My least favourites:
1. The grilled baby chicken was cooked well that it wasn't dry. However it was too sweet to my liking, and so was the ubergine miso.
2. The beef wagyu & truffle tataki wasn't my liking. The truffles worked well with wagyu, but the combination of other flavours were overwhelming, to the extent that I couldn't taste the richness of beef wagyu. Would have probably worked better if there was less flavours added so to highlight the wagyu taste.
Wonderful food, good ambience given the tiny number of tables. Slow but attentive service on our visit. Would definitely return.
Absolutely marvellous. Starting from service all details were right there where they belong.
And the food... It was really something! Escpecially qyozas were best I've ever had.
If you are in London, just go.
Cute little place the size of a postage stamp on a cute corner. The food and drink was all delicious and beautifully presented - very Instagrammable - and great flavours. A bit overpriced but what you've expect for that part of a London. Staff took our coats and food arrived very quickly. Music loud and thumping which I didn't like.
I came for dinner the first time this week.
everything we ordered was delicious. Particularly loved the avocado salad, prawn gyozas and miso aubergine. The white chocolate truffles were amazing too.
Will definitely be returning to try more of the menu.
Fantastic food, attentive and pleasant staff. Always a pleasure to go there
Great food, beautifully presented, interesting flavours and combinations. We weren’t hurried at all and felt we could relax and experiment with the menu and what it had to offer. Service was friendly and professional. A small restaurant which means you sit close
to the neighbouring tables but this means everything feels informal and you end up chatting anyway.
Great venue, I’d recommend it and plan on going again.
Delightful little (very little!) restaurant serving excellent Japanese food at fair prices. We ordered all the vegetarian dishes, of which there was a very good range, and the gyoza were so good we ordered them twice1 Service was friendly and the restaurant felt very welcoming.
A cute, tiny place with good quality food. There are lots of meals to choose, that come in small portions. The atmosphere and the music adds an extra positivity in it. The staff is friendly, the restaurant is clean. It's a quite place to eat.
Sheer delight in all areas - quaint with superb cuisine.
Cute place, didn't realize when booking that sitting area was so small. There are some interesting dishes to try out, recommend wagyu tataki!!
Staff are friendly so overall I would recommend you to try out.
Great food and atmosphere - definitely visit again
The food was so delicious and the waitresses were lovely - would recommend and will definitely be coming again!
Really good food and price for it. Best is to get some sharing plates as there are lots of nice things on the menu. Only bad thing is the place is tiny and only 6 tables. Gets a bit cramped.
the restaurant was very cosy (a bit smaller than i expected) and the food was amazing :) definitely coming back!
We have often been to TITU - it is one of my favourite restaurants in london. But something didn’t feel quite right last night. The food didn’t seem quite as good as before. Wondering if there has been a change of chef or management. Service fair but none of the extra personality, flair and attention we have experienced before. A poorer experience - before I would have rated it 5star.
Excellent in every way! Go immediately, if not sooner 😍
All dishes except fried kale were excellent, diligently prepared and with distinct flavours. We were at lunch.
Good tapas. Nice berry mock tail. Best bit is the intimate dining setting. Quite expensive for what you get but nice for a one off.
Delicious food, the Goza, where perfect...not a great variety for Vegans
It’s a London thing. Ridiculous portions and 43 pounds less in your pocket
Titu does offer delivery in partnership with Deliveroo and Uber Eats. Titu also offers takeaway which you can order by calling the restaurant at 020 7493 8746.
Titu is rated 4.8 stars by 149 OpenTable diners.
Yes, you can generally book this restaurant by choosing the date, time and party size on OpenTable. Due to local restrictions, this restaurant may not be accepting bookings at the moment.