Aqua Kyoto

5th Floor, 240 Regent St, London W1B 3BR View on map

Opening hours

Sunday: 12:00 - 20:00
Monday: 12:00 - 22:30
Tuesday: 12:00 - 22:30
Wednesday: 12:00 - 22:30
Thursday: 12:00 - 23:00
Friday: 12:00 - 23:00
Saturday: 12:00 - 23:00

Nearest Station

Oxford Circus

0207 478 0540

About us

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.

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Website

https://aquakyoto.co.uk/


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Aqua Kyoto
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4.2 out of 5 stars

Carmen Gowie
Carmen Gowie

5 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

Such a treat and superb food choices. If your looking for exquisite Japanese Pan Asian food with fresh ingredients food cooked in front of you on the Charcoal Grill or made fresh in the “Sushi Stage” it’s pure food art!

First visit was for a birthday private dinner seated in the glass sectioned rooms second time was a lovely stroll into Central London with a last minute dinner reservation for 11pm great late night food spot!

You have to try the Black Cod if you love fish and the Lamb Cutlets are a dream - gorgeous cocktails too!

If you like dancing perfect place to stay on after a meal into early hours good music, lovely atmosphere.

Date night, boys night, girls night or even lunch roof views are stunning in the day.

Five stars from me...

Enrique Lopez Sastre
Enrique Lopez Sastre

5 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

The restaurant is great. It is expensive but not excessive. The drinks are very nice, the music is great. It is cool that they take you to the bar to have a drink and you can go to your table when you feel ready. The food is great, specially the shrimp tempura and tuna and tempura rolls. There is a cool terrace where you can overlook the city and have another drink after your dinner. They ask for an ID at the door to confirm age. There is 2 restaurants kyoto and another one, kyoto is the best one. Highly recommend this restaurant. Perfect for a special dinner.

Samantha Pearl
Samantha Pearl

5 out of 5 stars

posted 5 months ago

We chose Aqua Kyoto as we had been recommended by friends and told that we had to go. Had the most delicious meal and what topped it off and made it even better was the service, it was outstanding and we couldn’t have been looked after any better. Nothing was too much and the staff were so attentive, from the minute we walked in we kept commenting that the service was so great. Also loved that we could have a drink before dinner on the roof terrace. There are not many restaurants in London like this one, we will definitely be returning!!!

Milko Ansah-Johnson
Milko Ansah-Johnson

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

This venue has a convenient entrance at street level then into a lift. On arrival at the restaurant proper, the floor space is huge. Outdoor terraces; one tiny, & the other large enough to host a fabulous partym

Jason Wilko
Jason Wilko

1 out of 5 stars

posted 4 months ago

Been going here for ages and seen such a change over the years. The place has become unnecessarily pretentious and bar staff really think they are something else. They serve woman (particularly attractive women) before men, even if you have been waiting considerably longer. It also has lost its charm as every Tom, Dick and Harry go there now and it gets too busy on the terraces.

Also, think it is highly unfair they charge a ‘service charge’ to open a bottle of cider. There is no service and what attention you so get, it’s rude. Two cocktails will cost your around £35 with service charge, so about £40.

5th Floor, 240 Regent St, London W1B 3BR View on map

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