17 Japanese Restaurants in Soho, London

Japanese restaurants in Soho, London

A byword for teeming nightlife, London's Soho is packed with Japanese restaurants to delight the most avid J-culture aficionado. From Michelin-starred dining to unpretentious noodle joints, there's something for all tastes and pockets. High-end Japanese cuisine goes hand in hand with sleek, futuristic interiors perfect for a night out. By contrast, many of the most authentic sushi bars in the area are low key and easy to overlook, but fast service and informal canteen-style décor make these a great choice for casual lunch-time meet-ups. In either case, you can count on Quandoo to bring you the cream of the crop.

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Inamo - Soho

Soho
Sushi££££
Inamo - Soho

Taro Brewer Street

Soho
Japanese
Taro Brewer Street

Taro

Soho
Sushi
Taro
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Shackfuyu

Soho
Japanese
Shackfuyu

Taro

Soho
Japanese
Taro

Lingo

Soho
Japanese
Lingo

Kulu Kulu

Soho
Sushi
Kulu Kulu

Dstrkt Restaurant & Bar

Soho
Japanese
Dstrkt Restaurant & Bar

Yoobi

Soho
Sushi
Yoobi

Engawa

Soho
Japanese
Engawa

Sasuke

Soho
Japanese
Sasuke

So Restaurant

Soho
Japanese
So Restaurant

Aqua Kyoto

Soho
Japanese
Aqua Kyoto

Tonkotsu Bar & Ramen

Soho
Japanese
Tonkotsu Bar & Ramen

Itsu

Soho
Japanese
Itsu

OKA Kingly Court

Soho
Japanese
OKA Kingly Court

Bone Daddies Ramen Bar

Soho
Japanese
Bone Daddies Ramen Bar
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    Types of Japanese restaurants in London's Soho

    There's often a fascinating interactive quality to Japanese restaurants in London's Soho, with the food expertly prepared within view of the customers. Pay the sushi specialists a visit to try a rainbow-coloured platter of snapper, soft clam and yellow tail, or head to a noodle restaurant for a steaming bowl of ramen. Topped with strips of marinated beef or pork, this hearty egg noodle soup is understandably an everyday Japanese staple. Alternatively, you might like to opt for a yakitori restaurant serving skewers of chargrilled vegetable, meat and fish.