Dear diners, to make a reservation for groups of over 10 people, please contact Kouzu directly. Thank you.
Housed in a stunning listed building on Grosvenor Gardens, Kouzu offers exquisite dining, with grand decor and top quality Japanese specialities gracing the menu. Sprawling over multiple floors with an open-plan kitchen and private dining area, Kouzu is perfect for an evening out in London’s Belgravia. A beautiful setting and gourmet cuisine – be sure to book in advance when planning to dine at this fantastic restaurant.
Elegant environment, close to Victoria fab food good service The drinks were pricey but the Bento box was great value Would go back here again
Extremely courteous staff. Wide choice on the menu. Speed of service just right. Relaxed atmosphere. Food was delicious. I would definitely visit the restaurant again.
What an amazing experience would defiantly come again Steve food was well cooked and waiting staff were so helpfull at all times this is a little gem
The food was amazing and the service was excellent. Couldn't of asked for a better evening. For the amount of food we had the price was also pretty decentm. Overall an amazing place.
We very much enjoyed our visit to Kouzu, we had the mushroom starter which was fabulous. We were a little disappointed with our main meal, we chose the tempura vegetables, the batter was very greasy, I scraped the batter off and ate the veg, which consisted of a tiny baby carrot, a slice of aubergine, part of a spring onion and some other veg that I can't remember, a small portion size meal. We did have desert but I can't remember what. The restaurant was very stylish and the staff were pleasant and attentive.
We visited Kouzu for an early dinner and ordered the theatre menu. The restaurant is nicely decored, our waitress was helpful and friendly, and we enjoyed each of the dishes we were served. It was quite quiet which is a shame because it seems like a decent restaurant. Decent Japanese food never seems to be cheap, and to be fair to Kouzu they offer better value than some better known restaurants in London.
Kouzu is situated on a seemingly busy corner so I was pleasantly surprised to find the dining area was quiet and easy for conversation over lunch. The food was excellent with a simple but good choice of wines. Service was excellent: explanations efficiently given for any questions regarding the menu and food brought promptly with a smile. I would definitely recommend the restaurant.
This is our second visit to the restaurant. The food is amazing and the service is on the whole really good, although I would say at this sort of price point you'd sort of expect an impeccable experience, and this is where Kouzu falls just slightly short. The only slight criticism I would point out is that we did feel slightly rushed in terms of the speed of the dishes being served.
Absolutely superb. It's impossible to explain how Sashimi and Sushi can really taste so much better than other places, but it does. As for the Dragon Rolls and Rainbow Rolls, the best in London. The service is polished and professional, the menu extensive without being so long as to get complicated or confusing. To be fair, it's pretty expensive. But what decent Restaurant in Belgravia isn't and this really is top notch. Significantly better food and service (and MUCH roomier and more pleasant surroundings) than it's nearby competitors.
What attracted to me to this restaurant was the variety, as my father is allergic to fish. There were a fair few meat options, which was perfect. All the traditional sushi was also available. I'm not so keen on the concept of new-wave sushi myself (ie: the fashion for a sushi/ceviche crossover) however I think the yellowtail sashimi with truffle dressing was the highlight of the meal. The salmon in soy and yuzu was not as successful. We followed with mains including the black cod and sea bass, both which were excellent. Such a shame that we were let down by the desserts, which were really bland. The service was also untrained, which for a restaurant of this calibre rather took us by surprise. Definitely an enjoyable meal however.