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22 April 2016
Had a third date here, yes.. Tinder. Romantic, beautiful dinner spot. We picked the grilled aubergine, Alaskan black cod, duck breast and a range of their wonderful sushi.We both work in the city so it was convenient. I loved the gentleness of the place. A restaurant with a special energy. Pleasant service, lovely food. I will return and make sure I return with everyone I know who enjoys Japanese food.
01 April 2016
Kouzu is a rather small Japanese restaurant which has a bar on the ground floor as well as what looked like stools around the kitchen area, and conventional dining tables as well.
The menu is simpler than the menus at Roka, Nobu or Sake No Hana and there is quite broad choice. Desserts were very well presented.
It's a great place if you want to have a great quality sushi, also if you want a place for a civilized dinner or a good second date, this is the place.
In my opinion, it is better than Nobu, better than Roka and on a par with Sake No Hana.
The staff are really friendly and take time to listen to you.
16 July 2015
Kouzu is near to Victoria (but in the nice end, meeting Belgravia). Its a Japanese restaurant with a gentle buzz. The decor is minimalist but has its own little quirks. It's a bit like the most interesting person at the party who you will not be aware off, unless you make a conscious effort to get to know.
The food on the other hand does have a big voice. Beautifully crafted like art pieces. There is now a chefs table which I will look forward to trying soon, to see the masterpeices in their creation. It has all the classics of a Japanese restaurant but all with their own special twist as you would expect. Your experience will be maximised if you're on the sushi counter as here you can see the preparations too. The bar is cool and service is good.
02 June 2015
If you're looking for great fusion Japanese food, extremely attentive service and a wide-ranging drinks menu, this is for you. If you're after a great atmosphere or a buzzy place, then you need to look elsewhere.
Even on a Saturday night, both the bar & restaurant were mostly empty (it got a bit busier as the evening went on), and I can't see how it can last if they just can't get enough punters in. Which is a shame, as the food is beautifully fresh and nicely presented, and the service is attentive to a fault. Sashimi was crisply fresh and melt-in-the-mouth, the nasu dengaku was very innovative (3 flavours of miso paste on aubergine cubes in a light tempura-style batter), the lamb hoba yaki was finely balanced between rich taste and juicy meatiness.
Yes, it's expensive, but no more so than other restaurants in the same league. Maybe the location is wrong - near Victoria station is never going to be the heart of London nightlife. My advice is to get there before it's gone!
07 April 2015
I had heard many good things about this restaurant and thought that i should give it a try... I tried, i ate, I was blown away! We sat at the sushi bar and the sushi chef kindly took us through a sushi experience whereby he attentively and tenderly made us a piece of sushi, we ate it and he went ahead and prepared the next piece of sushi. It was probably the best experience i have ever had in a restaurant. The sushi chef was so chatty and knew so much about the art of sushi. The cocktails were delightful! Definitely a MUST!!!! Best Japanese restaurant in London!
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