Juno Omakase

Japanese, Mexican·
Gold Award

SquareMeal Review of Juno Omakase

Gold Award

Notting Hill has long been romanticised for its desirable pastel-coloured houses and connotations to everyone’s favourite romcom, but in recent years has gained a reputation as a hotbed for some of London’s swankiest restaurants. Juno, an omakase restaurant hidden at the top of Los Mochis, fits the mould perfectly with its chic interiors, top quality ingredients - and a price tag to match.

One of Juno’s most notable characteristics is its size; with just six seats in total it’s earned itself the title of London’s smallest restaurant, but you’ll not feel hard done by when it comes to space. Each diner is given a front row seat to the action around a sleek wooden counter, with executive chef Leonard Tanyag (ex Zuma) and head sushi chef Han Heung (ex Nobu) poised to prep and plate each 15 courses right in front of you.

For two hours you can marvel as the duo meticulously slice fish, press rice (with an exact amount of pressure) and decorate each plate. Guests can also chat with the chefs - a dream for any foodie - who are a true joy to be around; friendly, funny and clearly passionate about their craft.

The menu is largely based around raw seafood, but is worlds apart from your standard high street sushi, and each dish proves to be as delicious as the last. A few in particular left a lasting impression on us, including the ‘Chutoro’ which combines slices of fatty tuna to mellow a punchy jalapeno sauce, and the ‘Zuwaigani’ which provides a more playful approach inspired by Mexican street food, with blow torched snow crab, fish roe and spring onions in a taco.

To drink there’s both a sake and wine pairing on offer, but we opt for the former which provides an eye-opening look into the world of sake with various styles and flavours, all of which expertly compliment the food.

Juno may only be small, but it comes with a big personality - from both the top-tier food, and the convivial duo that take centre stage here. Much like its surrounding neighbourhood, it’s hard not to fall for the charm of this place.

Good to know

Average Price
££££ - Over £80
Japanese, Mexican
Fine dining, Glamorous, Luxury
Food Occasions
Perfect for
Celebrations, Dates


Tucked away in the backstreets of Notting Hill, Juno is a six seat omakase restaurant from the brains behind Los Mochis. Beyond this there’s sophisticated decor throughout with neutral hues and gold accents throughout. Chef Leonard Tanyag (ex Zuma) and Han (ex Nobu and Roka) take the helm at this intimate eatery; preparing, plating and occasionally cooking (in the form of a blow torch) right in front of guests.

You’ll not find a menu online for Juno, as it’s an omakase style restaurant (which loosely means to ‘leave it up to the chef’), and dishes change regularly depending on what’s available on the day. With a close relationship to suppliers, Chef Leonard prioritises using sustainable produce, championing everything from ethically caught fish to seasonal flavourings - you might even find a powder made from ground up insects. Otherwise there’s a selection of sushi, sashimi, and the occasional fusion inspired dish - much like Los Mochis Japanese X Mexican style plates. In total, the experience offers a whopping 15 courses, each showcasing quality and well-honed skill.

To drink guests can choose from an optional sake or wine pairing, where the sommelier will talk you through each glass and how it pairs with the food, plus there’s a welcome cocktail to kick off each evening.

Juno is an evening only service with two sittings at 6pm and 8.30pm, with pre payment required in full when making your reservation - which includes all food and drink (and extras available at an additional cost).

Whether you’re heading out on a date, or looking to celebrate a special occasion, Juno is an ideal spot for those who want a real treat.


Do you need to book?

Yes, there are only six seats available so it is necessary to book.

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When are the sittings?

There are two sittings available to book at 6pm and 8.30pm.

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2 - 4 Farmer Street, Notting Hill, London, W8 7SN

020 7243 6436 020 7243 6436


Opening Times

Mon Closed
Tue 18:00-00:00
Wed 18:00-00:00
Thu 18:00-00:00
Fri 18:00-00:00
Sat 18:00-00:00
Sun Closed


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