The Japanese Journey with Suntory Japanese Whisky returns for London Restaurant Festival 2016…

What to Expect

This October, discover some of the best Japanese food and drink the capital’s restaurants have to offer with Suntory Whisky’s Japanese Journey. Taste five dishes at five different Japanese restaurants, all paired with a Hakashu whisky highball (Hakashu Distiller’s Whsky served with soda and mint. This epic eating mission will take place all in a day, all for £49!

What You’ll Eat

The five participating restaurants in the Japanese Journey this year are:

Bó Drake – 6 Greek St, London W1D 4DE

Modern and bright food, combining sweet and pickled influences from East Asia alongside slow cooked BBQ methods from the Americas and Europe.

Chisou – 4 Princes St, Mayfair, London W1B 2LE

Intimate restaurant offering some of the most beautifully authentic Japanese food London has to offer, creating menus filled with exceptionally well presented and seasonally changing dishes.

Kurobuta – 17-20 Kendal Street, London W2 2AW

Kurobuta Marble Arch takes its inspiration from the Izakayas of Japan, where tapas-style plates are served to accompany drinks in a casual setting, giving Japanese classics a contemporary, sometimes Western, twist.

Shoryu Soho – 3 Denman St, London W1D 7HA

From the team behind Japan Centre, Michelin Guide recommended Shoryu Ramen serves up Hakata tonkotsu ramen with a passion in London.

Tonkotsu – 63 Dean St, London W1D 4QG

Tonkotsu specialises in ramen with home-made noodles that you can watch being made on a traditional machine imported from Japan.

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Tickets available for Saturday 15 October

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