Sunday: 12:00 - 20:00Monday: 12:00 - 22:30Tuesday: 12:00 - 22:30Wednesday: 12:00 - 22:30Thursday: 12:00 - 23:00Friday: 12:00 - 23:00Saturday: 12:00 - 23:00
Nearest StationOxford Circus
0207 478 0540
Set high above the bustle of Regent Street on the fifth floor of the famous former Dickins & Jones building, aqua kyoto is one of the capital’s most unique and exciting dining destinations serving Japanese cuisine at its finest, just a minutes away from Oxford Circus station.Head Chef Paul Greening presents innovative and contemporary Japanese cuisine with an extensive menu of beautifully-presented sushi and sashimi and creative hot dishes. A central sushi bar and open sumibiyaki charcoal grill combine with sleek black and red décor to create a sense of theatre.The terrace is open for lunch 12-3pm and as a bar all day until close, weather permitting. No reservations can be taken for the terrace, entry is on a first come, first served basis.Lunch is served from 12pm - 2.30pm and dinner 5.30pm - 10.30pm Monday - Wednesday, from 5.30pm - 11pm Thursday - Saturday and Infintiy Brunch served from 12pm - 4pm followed by Signature Sunday 5.30pm - 8pm on Sunday.
It was an amazing experience. It was the first time. However the lift was broken and we had to climb 5 floors. I don't know if it's regular thing or an apology but it was given free drinks while we were waiting. It is not cheap but the food is extremely tasty and it worths every pound. There is also an outside roof top space/bar with nice views.
High end Japanese food and sushi place. Great decoration and atmosphere, and super friendly and attentive service. The food equally excellent, with creative combinations, fresh and well presented. We also liked the "bottomless bubbly" deal they had on the night we were there. Overall we had a great experience and would come back. This all comes at a price, so be prepared.
Bad service, bad food, bad client ele, loud music. Very disapointing experience.
It's nice. Went for an event so didn't have much food but overall a pleasant place. Expensive drinks, but too be expected.
I used to love this place due to the great views, cocktails and good food. But as all good places shareholders demand return so cut back in staff and encouraging overcrowding has taken away from this venue.
I chose to dine alone and the chef was really embarrassed by the lack of attention I was given by the waiter. I was not asked for a drink and after finishing my main meal I waited 30 mins before asking the chef how do I get the bill around here let alone a drink? He asked the waiters on 4 occasions to get my bill after which I decided to pick my bag and go visit the ladies. There was still no sign of my bill so I went to collect my coat from the cloakroom told the lady about my frustration an no sign of the bill. My coat arrived I put it on and the waiter came and accused of walking away without paying my bill. He still did not have the bill in his hand...I waited and was made to pay my bill in full with 12.5% service charge.
Management invited me to return again to have a bottle of prosecco on th house to make up the lack of service...Needless to say they don't understand how disrespected I felt having paid £60 + for a meal with no service...I was better off getting a take away in my home town