13 Bond Street , London, W5 5AP

SquareMeal Review of Okawari

Whether you’re eating at the attractively curved sushi bar, or on tatami seating at blond-wood tables in the main dining area, Okawari is a calming venue for a Japanese meal. Well into its second decade, the place has gained much local respect for its wide-ranging menu & reasonable pricing. Plump for sushi & you have the likes of eel, sea urchin & surf clam to choose from, as well as the usual roster of tuna, salmon & suchlike. Alternatively, order gyoza dumplings followed by chicken ramen noodles, a fish cutlet curry or (if deliberating is too stressful) a bento box. Round off with a glass of plum wine & some banana tempura. Upstairs is a function room complete with karaoke machine, though it might be unwise to tackle My Way after an okawari (‘double helping’).

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Nearby Tube/Rail Stations

Ealing Broadway Tube Station 435m

Ealing Broadway Station 640m


Address: 13 Bond Street , London W5 5AP

Area: Ealing

Opening times

Mon-Sun 12N-3pm 6-11pm (Fri-Sat -11.30pm)

Nearby Landmarks

The Questors Theatre 208m

Thames Valley University (Ealing Campus) 365m


Telephone: 020 8566 0466


Cuisine: Japanese Sushi

Lunch: £4.50 (1 course)

Private Dining: 25

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