5-6 Pleander Street, Soho, London NW1 0JT
andos234: “At first glance this place looks authentic, rustic and interesting but this is sadly deceptive. The food is more Chinese than Japanese and seemingly confused in its identity. My 'chicken' fried noodle dish was very Cantonese in style in the way it...” more...
4 reviews of eat Tokyo in English
This was the first Japanese restaurant that I discovered when I initially arrived in London which I love. For some strange reason, the Soho branch is much better than its sibling that resides in Golders Green.
Unagi Don £8.5
This was eaten at the GG branch and it just wasnt good. The unagi was dry and topped with a sickly sweet sauce. Quite underwhelming.
The bento and nasu Dengaku was at the GG branch as well as suffers the same fate as the unagi don. Quite a shame really.
The ramen was from the Soho branch and it was a good sized portion served in a huge bowl. It was tasty and value for money.
I also had the fried oysters here which was eaten with gusto. I think that I’ll be sticking to the Soho branch.
The name says it all! when I feel that Tokyo izakaya craving building up inside I make sure to come here and let it all out on them :) but their welcoming irashaimase and delicious food shuts my belly up quick and nice.
This is a small restaurant but serves good authentic Japanese food. The portion sizes are generous and the menu is pretty extensive, offering a range of sashimi, sushi rolls, ramen dishes, bento boxes, you name it, they’ll most likely have it.
On my last visit I had the Chirashi Don which came with miso soup for a mere £6.
The special dish of crispy coated deep fried oysters (six large oysters on a bed of salad) was incredibly good value at £3.50.
I could happily eat here at least once a week.
This place is popular so there is always a queue during peak eating times. Get here early, or late to bag a table.
There are quite a few Japanese restaurants in the Soho area catering for all sectors of the market. For a causal meal that is definitely value for money, you will definitely have to try eat Tokyo. They have all sort of Bento boxes for you to choose from and the Food is fresh and authentic. Highly recommended.
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