Japanese restaurant reviews

The Scoffers guide to the best Japanese restaurants in London & Brighton.

Scoffers is a guide to the best London and Brighton restaurants, food & drink offers and foodie events. On Scoffers you'll find honest and independent reviews of restaurants, pubs, bars and cafes in London and Brighton.

Bincho Yakitori, Brighton Review

This small, casual yakitori joint may just be the best restaurant in town

OMG Tea, Brighton Review

Pop down the market and get some Super Green Matcha goodness

Moshimo, Brighton Review

Excellent, authentic Japanese cooking from one of Brighton's best restaurants

Sen Nin, Camden Review

Inauthentic, uninspired Japanese Teppanyaki restaurant in need of a rethink... or at least a refurb

Kouzu, Belgravia Review

Japanese fine dining at it's best

Kintan, Holborn Review

Rubbish BBQ weather again? That doesn't matter at Kintan!

Spice Market, Piccadilly Review

Upmarket setup on the edge of Chinatown promises more than it delivers

East Street Restaurant, W1

Can't decide between Thai and Vietnamese? Have both.

Flesh & Buns, Covent Garden Review

Japanese izakaya spot from the chef who brought us Bone Daddies

Asakusa, NW1

Breakfast at Tiffany's ... I'd rather have dinner at Asakusa!

Koya, W1

I've never been a big fan of Udon... Koya's done nothing to change that

Yum Bun, EC1

Probably the most apt name for a snack joint ever

Akari, N1

An authentic Japanese Izakaya in an old pub

Sasa Sushi, EC1

A tasty Sushi restaurant you've never heard of

Roka (Charlotte Street), W1

Contemporary Japanese Robatayaki

New Fujiyama, SW9

Fantastic value Japanese hidden in Brixton

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