Japanese cuisine is a notoriously tricky industry to break into if you are not of Japanese origin; so the story of Tim Anderson, 2011 Masterchef champion from Wisconsin opening the hugely popular Nanban in Brixton is all the more remarkable
With the recent closure of Veneta at St James's, you do wonder whether the project of turning that area into a foodie destination by the Crown Estate has stuttered somewhat. Anzu, which we've reviewed previously on Townfish has made an intelligent move by opening a Tonkotsu ramen residency for most of January and February
Before the onslaught of Ramen bars in London, there was Shoryu, which first launched in 2012 from the team behind the Japan Centre
If you are as much of a theatre-lover as ourselves at Townfish, you might have encountered the problem of finding a suitable restaurant for that pre or post-theatre meal
PantonÂ street might not be the most famous street in the West End, but it is rapidly becoming a must visit place for fans of Asian cuisine.
An exciting new restaurant has opened in the heart of the Londonâ€™s WestÂ End, guaranteed to give lovers of Japanese food a new hotspot to get their fix.