A blend of Japanese blond wood & lattice screens with big windows & a utilitarian seating plan, Kiku’s two-tier dining room puts on two very different faces. By day, business lunchers pile in for well-regarded set lunches that require as little as £10 & half an hour of your time. The Kiku ‘special’ is a top shout, offering mixed tempura, miso soup, sushi & teriyaki-braised chicken, but you can also dip into abundant raw fish, donburi rice bowls or noodle soups. By night, a more moneyed crowd arrives to indulge in subtle cuts of premium tuna on glistening sashimi platters, exquisite nigiri or bubbling shabu-shabu hotpots. Alternatively, a £70 Edo dinner dips into the menu’s premium plates. Prices are navigable with careful shopping, & a seat at the sushi bar adds extra value.
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