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The brains behind Yashin Ocean House have achieved a remarkable feat, turning a site no restaurateur could previously get to work into one of London’s smarter and more imaginative purveyors of creative Japanese seafood. Dishes seem to get better year on year, and the only thing more commendable than the kitchen’s constant invention is the dedication to using all parts of the fish. Pan-fried cod cheeks in a sweet-and-sour chilli amazu sauce is a dish of blissful beauty, but honourable mentions should also go to the citrusy marinated grouper served in a bowl of Himalayan salt (so you can season it yourself), the perky chilli-laced octopus ceviche, the chargrilled eel and the exquisite sushi – our meltingly tender fatty tuna came topped with truffle shavings and perfectly pre-lacquered with soy. All of this theatre takes place in a high-ceilinged, handsome space built around a turquoise bar and manned by an army of knowledgeable, eager staff.
A selection of signature and iconic dishes, including hot and cold Japanese tapas, nigiri sushi and maki rolls. Eight courses, including dessert.
Available: 06 February 2017
Min: 2 people
Max: 6 people
Expires: 31 August 2017
Maximum of 6 diners. Includes VAT, excludes service.
I always hate waste, wasting food, wasting money, in general wasting anything unless it is unavoidable. With similar ethos to St John of "head to tail" eating, Yashin Ocean House's menu is based entirely around fish and seafood offering head to tail dining including every aspect of the fish from roe to flesh to skin. There is even a wonderful display of fish drying in glass cabinets behind the main kitchen area.Tucked away behind South Kensington/Gloucester Road tube station, sit a beautiful restored Victorian stable that house Yashin Ocean House. With Chef Daniele Codini at the helm of the kitchen (formerly...
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I have been to Yashin several times in Kensington as it was very close to our old flat but I had not got around to trying their sister restaurant, Yashin Ocean House. Now that we have moved to Fulham, Yashin Ocean House is very convenient, halfway between work and home.
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I’ve had plenty of amazing meals in London but rarely is my mind truly blown as it was by Yashin Ocean House at lunch last weekend. The Japanese restaurant is located in a rather easy to miss building with limited signage in the middle of Old Brompton Road. There’s a terrace outside which looks like a lovely spot for summer drinking…And inside the presence of a horse lamp is quite random but it does make an interesting feature… With exposed brickwork, concrete walls and brown-leather chairs, there’s a shabby chic vibe in this neighbourhood restaurant.
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