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Haru Sushi & Ramen House

Haru Sushi & Ramen House

If Ramen is your thing, West Ealing’s Haru Sushi & Ramen House is worth seeking out. The menu offers a great range of flavour combinations that will entice you back to try them all. Haru also has a colourful selection of hot and cold food you’d expect from an authentic Japanese eatery, including a full spread of fresh sushi.

Momo

Momo

Even time-honoured Ealingites would be forgiven for not having stumbled across this authentic Japanese Restaurant. Hidden away in Hotel 55 near North Ealing Station, don’t let its busy location put you off… as soon as you’re through the doors the A406 will be a distant memory. Leaving you to focus on the varied menu and daily specials, complimented by a range of Japanese drinks including colourful cocktails. All topped off with a private zen-style garden if the weather favours your visit! A true hidden gem that needs to be remembered.

Atari-Ya

Atari-Ya

Atari-Ya Sushi Bar, located near Ealing Common station, buys its fish from the same distributors who supply some of Central London’s Michelin-starred restaurants. Offering totally authentic, high quality and fresh sushi which they claim is the best in London. Let us know if you agree!  

Kiraku

Kiraku

Kiraku’s popularity is clear by the fact there is rarely an empty table. Their menu is based on izakaya-style dining, which offers a wide range of hot and cold foods, including zensai (traditional appetisers), agemono (deep-fried), yakimono (grilled & pan-fried), kushiyaki (skewers), noodles, sushi and sashimi dishes. As you’d expect from an authentic restaurant, Kiriku serves many dishes you’d never find on a high-street chain’s menu (you know the ones we mean). So make sure you move away from the old favourites and try something new! Booking in advance highly recommended.

Hare & Tortoise

Hare & Tortoise

OK, so we know this is a high street chain, but Hare & Tortoise’s unfaltering popularity has made it a go-to restaurant for lovers of Japanese food. The portions are generous, the sushi fresh, their service is speedy and the restaurant is warm and inviting. Don’t let a queue put you off - it’s a sign of its success.

YoYo Kitchen

This unassuming eatery near West Acton Station sells authentic Japanese fast-food to take away or eat in. Offering a variety of sushi, bento, donburi, side dishes, bread and cakes. Plus a selection of Japanese sweets, rice crackers, sake, beer and condiments. Run by Yoichi “yoyo” Iguchi who is originally from Tokyo. He has over 20 years experience in the industry, including preparing sushi for the starts at Nobu in Park Lane. All food is prepared daily on the premises, using ingredients carefully selected by Yoichi.

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