Located within London’s trendy Shoreditch area, on Appold St, K10 brings the highest quality of both ingredient and adventure to all lovers of Japanese cuisine.This ‘kaiten’ (conveyor belt) restaurant first opened its doors to London’s public back in the year 2000 – just half a mile down the road. This initial branch – situated a stone’s throw from London Wall – has, over the years, earned a reputation as the number one kaiten restaurant in the city and led to the demand for more of the same.
Although certainly a unique experience, what truly makes K10 a special place is the impeccably high standard of the food. Superior quality salmon from the lochs of Scotland and 100% British beef direct from Porterford’s Butchers – one of the last remaining independent butchers in the city – are prime examples of the restaurant’s commitment to quality.
Serving modern Japanese food, the K10 restaurant is a perfect place for a quick bite at lunch or a more extravagant evening affair. The environment is always pleasant and welcoming, and certainly conducive to a fun and friendly social gathering.
Diners can choose from light and fresh sushi, sashimi and salads, as well as a range of flavoursome hot dishes, including chicken and salmon katsu curries, teriyakis, tempura and K10’s chilli baby squid – a particular favourite with the regulars.
With the restaurant sure to be incredibly popular, queues are likely. This shouldn’t put you off, however, as you can begin eating beautifully prepared fresh food almost as soon as you take your seat.
K-10 also provides a delivery and take away service from Monday to Friday, perfect for office lunches. Both restaurants are available for functions and events and there are regular special offers too.
With such fantastic fresh food, a unique and rich atmosphere and pleasant prices, it is certainly worth checking out one of these two great restaurants soon.