Koji 1

58 New Kings Road , London, SW6 4LS

020 3463 0396

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SquareMeal Review of Koji

The reinvention of pan-Asian hangout Mao Tai as Japanese-themed Koji has done little to dampen local enthusiasm for this bubble of West End glitz in SW6. Now centred around a "gorgeous" sushi bar, its sleek lines and seductive lighting suggest serious dining – although there's plenty of fun to be had under the feather chandeliers too. Attention to detail is evident throughout, from the "incredible" cocktails (don’t miss the chilli and lemongrass Martini) and “best sushi in SW London” to trendy tapas plates (chicken and shiso gyoza, summer rolls with yuzu dressing) and knockout robata grills served on pretty artisan crockery – perhaps pork belly with spicy sweet miso or glazed salmon teriyaki. The kitchen is now in the hands of Rolando Ongcoy (from the distinguished Nobu stable), and readers are blown away by his “sublime food”, as well as Koji’s “terrific ambience” and “always great” service. Prices can be eye-watering, but this hotspot is still a "must-visit, even if you don't live in Parsons Green".

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Food & Drink: 10.0

Service: 10.0

Atmosphere: 10.0

Value: 10.0

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Service: 5.0

Atmosphere: 5.0

Value: 5.0

Charmian M. 20 July 2014

We started a great Saturday evening at the very well-stocked cocktail bar and progressed (rather slowly) to our table. We were early, (it was about 8pm by the time we sat down)and had plenty of choice from the various dining areas. We chose one with a view over the charming patio garden. We ate a la carte, and had four small dishes and two larger ones. We had no room for rice, and left feeling rather full. Everything was perfectly prepared and delightfully presented. Even the sleek black chopsticks were an aesthetic pleasure to look at and to hold, and their perfect balance made them easier to use than any we have previously come across.The placed seemed to be teaming with staff and our pretty Japanese waitress was a gem, keeping the dishes coming even when the restaurant became packed. Everything was good, but a special mention goes to the Black Cod, cooked to glossy perfection and the melt-in-the-mouth Pork Belly. My husband (after this meal a convert to Japanese food) finished with the Chocolate Truffles—they were arranged in 2 pairs, with crossed 'stalks and looked like enormous black cherries, filled with melted ice-cream. Heavenly,

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