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Great Japanese in a very Japanese restaurant (we lived in Tokyo for 6 years and this is one of our favourite Japanese restaurants in London). They have another in Chelsea which is more "show stopping". Food and service are great at both.
Dinings has a reputation larger than its compact Marylebone setting for great (and pricey) Japanese food with innovative flourishes. Booking highly advisable. Once one of Marylebone’s best-kept secrets, Dinings now has a reputation larger than its compact, converted-townhouse setting. Getting a…
Former Nobu chef Masaki Sugisaki now has outposts of Dinings in the well-heeled honeypots of Chelsea and Tel Aviv but this cramped Marylebone townhouse is where he established himself as one of London’s most inventive Japanese chefs. Fish from Cornish dayboats is crafted into finely wrought sushi…
An inventive mix of sushi and Japanese tapas-style dishes served in simple surroundings.
Izakaya-style of cooking, incorporating authentic Japanese and European cuisines to create delicious small plates in a relaxed and convivial atmosphere. Book in advance. It is pricey, but well worth it.
“Traditional trattoria dishes and sharing platters in exposed brick dining room, plus deli/cafe.”
“Quite dear...but a grand example of a classic and civilised British High Tea!”
“Great coffee and pastries - the perfect way to start a day of sightseeing/shopping.”
“Speciality dim sum and Chinese dishes in pink, oriental dining room with room-length blossom mural.”
“Casa Malevo is one for carnivores – this country-style Argentine kitchen is heavy on the meat. Various cuts of beef, lamb chops and chicken are cooked on the grill with chorizo burgers and classic meaty empanadas also on the menu. The wine list is Argentinian, of course, with many available by the carafe so you have the chance to sample as many different varieties as you can handle. Casa Malevo feels rustic and homely, but the cooking is top drawer.”