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I ordered the Wagyu beef hot pot and it was amazing, melt in your mouth food, amazing flavours and never thought I would enjoy cooking my own meal at a restaurant! This place sets the bar very high for Japanese dining experience.
Went here with a Japanese friend for dinner. I haven't eaten Sukiyaki outside Japan so was not sure what to expect. We had starters of Wagyu Potato salad , Wagyu Croquette and Vegetable Tempura - all very tasty. Then we had Sukiyaki for 2 cooked...More
We had great time at Tokyo Sukiyakitei.
We were Dinner time arround 8pm. Begnning was 50% occupancy. so nice relax.
after 8:30pm, It was full of guests in side restaurant.
Looks all guests are asian peaople which is great sign of restaurant.
We had some...More
I am a Londoner, an Arts student, and an employee who had work and settled in London 12 years ago. London is an open-minded, multi-cultures, vibrant City that always makes me feel home. However, my experience last night at Tokyo Sukiyaki-Tei (South Kensington) raise my...More
Recently I've visited Tokyo sukiyaki tei with my friends. The dishes were amazing & the service quality was appreciated. I will prifer this restaurant for friends & family socially the couples. Will be back soon sukiyaki tei.
I have ordered Sukiyaki with shrimps and scallops. Ingredients were fresh but it’s too expensive. If we shared one portion for two it would be better. Now we had two portions. (As it was two of us) And the marinate was totally too sweet... stuff...More
We were excited to try this restaurant but bad communication with the staff made it impossible... Booked by telephone just to arrive and find that the reservation had not been made. No explanation was given to me and my family and not much of an...More
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