Designed by interiors team Spaced Out, the PDR in this restaurant on Charlotte Street features soft lighting and lightly coloured wood. The aim was to create a peaceful ambience, in spirit of the restaurant’s name Kazu – Japanese for peace and harmony.
The menu covers many Japanese classics from teriyaki and wagyu to miso soup and gyoza, but it’s the wide range of sushi, nigiri, and sashimi that’s got us most excited. We particularly like the sound of the Fisherman’s Roll with chopped tuna, salmon, butterfish, yellowtail seared salmon and pickled wasabi. Japanese sakes and beers also feature heavily.
Dinners and meetings are both welcome for groups of six to 12 people, with a minimum spend of £80pp. Get (sushi) rolling by clicking the button below.