SquareMeal Review of
“A great hangout place between or after shopping”, this high-design proposition just behind Selfridges appeals to those with trim figures by touting contemporary Asian fusion small plates and exotic mains. Dim sum is an affordable sharing treat for retail-therapy refugees, while main courses keep it appealingly simple and eclectic – larger plates of black cod in miso and kimchee lamb cutlets interspersed with lighter bites including yellowtail carpaccio, shumai beef dumplings and the popular seared tuna tataki offer something for everyone. The striking, modernist interior is divided into three distinct spaces (‘dekoros’) coloured purple, white and gold respectively – all festooned with a riot of geometric screens, moody lighting, mirrored latticework and black bamboo tabletops. Terrific clued-up staff are also spot-on when it comes to suggesting innovative cocktails from the bar.