The cuisine of the Asian continent is always in a different and intriguing position for the European culture. While the chefs present the dishes of this cuisine to their guests while preserving the tradition, they also add innovative approaches. For the 82nd issue of FoodinLife, we focused on the best Far East restaurants in London.
We wouldn’t be wrong if we say that Ikoyi, located in the center of London, combines Far East cuisine with African cuisine. The chef of the Michelin-starred restaurant, Jeremy Chan, combines traditional Far Eastern dishes with African ingredients on his menu; By bringing a different perspective to both culinary cultures, it also includes its guests on this adventurous journey. The menu also includes seafood, meat dishes, vegetables and grain dishes, while the restaurant also has a special tasting menu.
Nobu London, opened by the world-famous chef Nobu Matsuhisa, who pioneered the opening of Nobu restaurants in many parts of the world, is one of the most famous fine dining Far East restaurants in London, combining Japanese and Peruvian cuisine. Located in Mayfair, one of the city’s favorite districts, the restaurant’s menu includes modern interpretations of traditional Japanese dishes, Peruvian and international cuisine. An ideal choice for a special gastronomic experience, Nobu London offers sushi, sashimi, tempura, grilled dishes and many more delicious options.
At A.Wong, a three-star Michelin restaurant; Chef Andrew Wong focuses on modern Chinese cuisine while preparing his plates. Using quality and fresh ingredients, Wong offers creative dishes to its guests. Known especially for its dim sums, the menu also includes traditional Chinese dishes such as noodles, rice and meat dishes, while the restaurant also has a special tasting menu. Combining traditional ideas with modernity, A.Wong can be visited for lunch or dinner.
One of the best Japanese fine dining restaurants in London, Michelin-starred Akira takes its name from chef Akira Shimizu. The restaurant, which has a minimalist and stylish decoration, also reflects the Japanese culture. Chef Shimizu offers traditional Japanese dishes to his guests by adding his own interpretation. Quality ingredients are used in the restaurant, which serves lunch and dinner. While rich bento boxes are offered to the guests in the lunch menus; The menu mainly includes dishes such as sashimi, sushi, tempura, robatayaki and izakaya. While the restaurant also has a special omakase menu, quality sake, wine and cocktails are offered to the guests at the bar of the venue.
Endo At The Rotunda
Located in London’s Soho district, Endo is known for bringing a modern take on traditional Japanese cuisine. Established by chef Endo Kazutoshi, who adds experience to his experience by working in Japan’s most respected restaurants, the place welcomes its guests with quality and fresh ingredients. The menu of the place includes sushi, sashimi and traditional Japanese dishes. Apart from this, the restaurant’s menu also includes an omakase menu.