Our second favourite thing to do in Knightsbridge, after leaving Harrods empty handed, is visiting this little spot on Beauchamp Place where you can get some seriously good food. The menu has a range of Japanese classics, from tempura, to udon noodles, and a signature baby spinach and spicy prawn salad which you should definitely get involved in. In terms of sushi, the inside out rolls are all excellent, as are the Chisou rolls, and if you’re struggling to choose, just know that the soft shell crab and hot sake maki should 100% be on your table. As can be expected from the location, it’s not cheap, but come in a small group, order a bunch of sushi rolls, some noodles, and that salad, and you can leave £30 lighter. It’s the perfect spot for a catch up with friends or a third date when you really want to impress someone.
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