Flagship Nikkei Restaurant Chotto Matte Reopens in Soho in Style

Chotto Matte Soho has officially reopened its newly renovated doors, and in true style. Yesterday saw its much-anticipated relaunch, with the Nikkei favourite hosting a house full of VIPs for a night of extravagant free-flowing cocktails and champagne, a selection of delicious favourites from its old and new menus, and an electric excitement in the air to mark its momentous return.

After almost 10 years of service, the flagship Nikkei restaurant had closed its doors in July to undergo a rigorous refresh and full transformation. Its 2 floors now boast a sleek, contemporary new look, debuting a stylish lounge bar, modern floor to ceiling décor, and an abundance of neon shining through rich foliage that captures the essence of traditional flavours amongst Tokyo’s urban culture.

Fans of the restaurant will have noticed its Marylebone counterpart popping up in June, in a smaller, more intimate setting, ensuring tastebuds were adequately thrilled during the flagship’s downtime. And much to fans’ delight, this will remain a permanent London fixture, with more openings in the pipeline both in the UK and globally.

On your next visit, other than the refreshed interior, there will be new menu additions to look forward to, as well as a revamped cocktail menu. It all sits alongside long-standing favourites such as the Yellowtail “Nikkei Sashimi” with jalapeño, coriander and yuzu truffle soy, Wagyu Sirloin with truffle teriyaki sauce, and of course the Black Cod Aji Miso with chilli miso marinade, yuzu, and chives. You’ll also find an open kitchen with a shiny robata grill, an exciting Saturday bottomless brunch offer, and a brand new Nikkei experience ready to explore through the world of flavour.

And it’s absolutely sensational.


Chotto Matte Soho is now officially reopen on Frith Street, W1D 4RB. You can look through the expanded menu and make your booking for either the Soho or Marylebone restaurant right here.



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