Epic food. Super tasty. It was just just let down a little by “okay” service and a premium price tag.
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We really wanted sushi and our hotel recommended this. It ended up being exactly what we wanted, the sushi was very fresh and the service was helpful and friendly. We had a mix of sushi and also miso to start and edamame and we finished...More
I have been visited uni in various occasions. Food tastes good not exeptional but good the prices for the overall ambience are very expensive.
Although we had noted that certain visitors of Uni had complained about portion size, we had no issue in that regard. In fact, we had no issues at all. The restaurant space is a bit odd: more or less in the basement with a typical...More
Peru has a large Japanese minority that has been there for many decades. London is full of mediocre Japanese restaurants: this one is worth a visit! A wide selection of good sushi (I love hamachi, which they have) as well as a few slightly more...More
We went there recommended by a friend, and we really enjoyed it. The food was prepared right at the moment when you order, very tasty and original dishes. The staff was so nice,and the decoration very modern and stylish. If you want to have a...More
£120 for two at lunch with bento box, a carpaccio starter (had to go for "uni", sea urchin!), champagne, sake and mochi ice-cream is OK, but for that price I'd expect a better service. Do not try taking the starter plate away while we are...More
Located between the ever excellent Santini and Olivomare, Uni was a little undisguised. Choosing to sit downstairs rather than at the sushi bar the space was close without actually being cramped. The service was attentive even if our side of asparagus never appeared. The food...More
Booked a table last night with a gf as it was highly recommended and my god was it worth it. A tiny inconspicuous corner restaurant but an absolute gem. I’m a frequent diner of London’s coya and nobu and this was the best tuna tartare...More