Aqua Kyoto offers sublime Japanese cuisine for a memorable infinity brunch experience which includes a generous selection of dishes (what feels like unlimited food!) including a luxury sushi and sashimi platter, yakitori skewers from the sumibiyaki grill, salad, noodles, miso soup and edamame, as well as a selection of Japanese mochi ice-cream.
The food only option starts from £34 per person, or you could indulge in the unlimited Veuve Clicquot Champagne for £65 per person, or unlimited house wine, beer, and soft drinks instead – as well as a Bloody Mary on arrival, for £55 each!
As well as offering breathtaking views over London from the expansive roof terrace, a lowered kitchen gives guests a view of the expert sushi chefs indoors which you can enjoy while your brunch away.
Blending traditional oriental features and ultra-slick design, Aqua Kyoto is 2 minutes’ walk from Oxford Circus Tube Station.
30 Argyll Street, London, W1F 7EB
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