Aqua Kyoto, a futuristic and glamorous setting to enjoy the Avant Garde take on high end Japanese cuisine. Feel the change in your surroundings once you step into the elevator,
Article authored by Fatima

Author: Fatima

Last updated: 17/08/2022

Aqua Kyoto, Soho's contemporary Japanese restaurant  

Aqua Kyoto, a futuristic and glamorous setting to enjoy the Avant Garde take on high end Japanese cuisine. Feel the change in your surroundings once you step into the elevator, sweeping you up into the dramatics of fine dining. Be prepared to delve into the freshly made bundles of delicious, and fantastically presented food. With set menus for lunch, brunch, and the terrace, deciding what to get becomes more of a simple task. However, if one is feeling rather bold, you can in turn order from the à la carte menu, which is equally as mouth-watering as the set menus. Food is served on elegant platters with delicate and precise garnishes to enhance both the flavours and presentation. The settings of the restaurant can be both intimate for a romantic dinner, or social for a birthday event. The beauty however is that both things can take place simultaneously. The way Aqua Kyoto is structured and designed is simply diverse in the fact that anyone from anywhere can dine, be it alone, with a date, or with a group of friends, the restaurant caters to your every function. 


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Terrace views 

The terrace, however, is a delightful and stunning area, they give you high seats with a little table, and if you look to your side, you can see the breath-taking view of Soho London and even further. The skyline, the sweet colours in the sky during sunset, and the flowers climbing the walls of the terrace turn your dining experience into art. 

You can enjoy some sake to go perfectly with your food and embark on the arithmetic and authentic voyage of your tastebuds. With a large selection of sake and wines there is a drink for everybody, including the finest European wines from Italy, Portugal, and France. Nevertheless, if you are not an alcoholic drinker then you can always have a red grape juice or a lime and chilled green tea. This restaurant has something for everyone. 


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Fresh, flavourful food

The food is fresh, flavourful, and simplistic, not too dramatic on the palette, yet it leaves your tastebuds dancing. From traditional cold sashimi to warm miso soup, you can start off your meal with a bento box from the set lunch menu, or a plate of freshly prepared sushi from the à la carte menu. Then lead onto a saporous main course, such as the koji chicken with carrot yuzu purée and shichimi teriyaki or the wagyu steak served with Japanese pickles and black garlic teriyaki. The menus include a range of food for different dietary requirements, such as vegan, vegetarian, gluten free and even halal options. More so there is something on the menu for everyone, with various prices, you can stick to the set lunch menu for just £29 per person or go all out with the à la carte menu.

 

 


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