Founded by chef Kyoichi Kai, of Zuma and Arts Club prestige, Kouzu is a contemporary Japanese restaurant that is located in Belgravia across the Goring hotel.
The building itself is a grand historical Grade-II listed beautiful period mansion from the 1850's with a huge palatial entrance door, a floating mezzanine level upstairs which is an omakase sushi bar. The ground floor will feature the main 80-person seated restaurant and sexy cocktail bar in the style of Tom Ford's sleek grey and black London apartment. VIP entrance in the back is for private guests and celebrities.
Downstairs, through the silver open-plan kitchen is a secret door to a private dining room where 7 people can dine elusively with the private chef at their beck and call to create bespoke dishes in front of their eyes until they are comfortably full.
Finest Sri Lankan & Indian cuisine in the heart of London.
Try our delicious authentic dishes from our extensive menu Monday to Saturday, and our most popular traditional Sri Lankan buffet every Sunday.
We are also delighted to cater for any size party you may have in or out of the premises.
Please do not hesitate to contact us for further details.
The main entrance off Berkeley Street leads into the Asian Restaurant. Here cool granite walls complement the striking lacquered ebony bar-counter decorated with a jade stone. Materials used in this area - wood, stone and leather - are all natural. They are offset by subtle features such as a wall of cracked stone and bamboo chandeliers. The atmosphere here is at once welcoming and relaxing, but subtle enough not to distract from the food itself.
A real feature of the Asian Restaurant is its open kitchen. Fronted by an amazing display of seafood and vegetables, it evokes the atmosphere of an Asian food market. Sourcing the highest quality, utilising skillful innovation and preparation from Japan and China to preserve the essence of our product.
The Asian Restaurant specialises in Chinese and Pan Asian cuisine, with a menu designed by highly skilled and experienced Japanese-trained Head Chef Jeff Tyler. Tyler is known for his love of experimenting with different textures, flavours and ingredients, a talent that is much in evidence in dishes such as King Crab with Penang Sauce and Pork Belly with Spicy Glaze. Also on the menu is an extensive range of sushi, dim sum and barbecued and charcoaled dishes, Spicy Lamb Cutlets and Miso Black Cod included.
The Italian Restaurant has a modern but elegant feel, complete with an imposing wood-fired oven, suede wall panelling, handmade Moroccan tiles, mirrors in solid oak frames and chandeliers with candles. Complex, state-of-the-art lighting systems can change the atmosphere from sunrise to sunset, from season to season.
It offers regional Italian fare with a contemporary twist. Created by Marco Torri, the menu comprises a superb assortment of antipasti, Tartare di Salmone o Tonno and Carpaccio di Manzo among them, followed by a selection of homemade pasta. Fish dishes are of the calibre of Branzino Arrosto con Caponata (Roasted Wild Sea Bass Fillet served with Sweet & Sour Sicilian Vegetables), whilst meat includes Piccione al Forno con Cavolo Nero (Oven-roasted Pigeon with Sautéed Cavolo Nero).
The Lounge Bar is a must-visit destination, with an extensive cocktail menu, live music and performances by some of the world’s top DJs.
Furnished with an eclectic collection of objects from different countries and periods here guests will find antiques placed next to contemporary furniture, Asian accessories next to classical chandeliers and brightly coloured velvets next to antique leather.
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It was purchased by MW Eat in 1997, and transformed totally twice since then. Its sister fine dining restaurants are Chutney Mary & Amaya.
Following the recent transformation to reflect the glamour and glory it exuded in the 1920s, National Geographic, the highly respected travel magazine, has named Veeraswamy as one of the 10 Best Destination & Special Restaurants in the World. No other UK restaurant features in the top 10.
At East Street we bring you the authentic tastes of East Asia.
Here you’ll find steaming noodles to soothe, slow-cooked curries and sizzling stir-fries full of goodness and flavour
*FULL EAT IN RESTAURANT*
*TAKE OUT AVAILABLE*
*GRAB & GO COUNTER*
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