Japanese food in London is excellent, and the repertoire of restaurants that serve up specialities from the Land of the Rising Sun is ever expanding. The latest up in Child’s Hill is Koyama on Finchley Road, a brisk walk from Golders Green tube, and their take on the cuisine of Japan is rooted in tradition but infused with a modern outlook. While the dishes may come from the other side of the world, the ingredients are always sourced as locally as possible, ensuring freshness, and their chefs then take this freshness and apply it to a whole range of culinary classics. There are gyoza dumplings to start, as well as edamame beans and yakitori chicken skewers, and then the mains take in all the sushi and sashimi you could want, alongside other more substantial dishes such as katsu curry, tempura prawns and a huge range of noodle dishes. If you reserve a table at Koyama, you’re in for a Japanese treat in the south Barnet neighbourhood of Child’s Hill – so book today and pay them a visit.
This is a real authentic Japanese restaurant. I can be perfectly satisfied as a Japanese. And most importantly, the price is also very good, comparing with other Japanese restaurant.