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Kurobuta Brunch, Kendal Street, W2

Brunch is becoming a staple part of anyone’s diet in London these days and it’s no surprise that we’re all going for the unlimited option. 326 more words


The 3 Bs of success: Booze, Brunch and Buffet

What’s better than All You Can Drink? All You Can Drink AND Eat. The Boozy Bunchers have become pretty spoiled with some great brunch options in London and are now keen for more than just a couple of hours of unlimited boozing, now we want unlimited food as well. 444 more words


Kurobuta Chelsea

King’s Road in the Borough of Chelsea is an affluent, sophisticated and tranquil area. Anything out of the ordinary can be quite rare for this manor, so when Kurobuta came onto the scene, people were mesmerised and captivated by this bizarre phenomenon. 951 more words


Ajimori (あぢもり)

I have been trying to go Ajimori (technically, it’s supposed to be “Adimori” in English, but that doesn’t make sense to me) for a while now and finally got in without a reservation last night. 329 more words

Japanese (washoku)

Juan (寿庵)

Juan is a very nice shabu shabu restaurant that I just discovered is a local chain restaurant (in this case there are only three locations, all in Kagoshima) that’s part of the… 355 more words

Japanese (washoku)

Ichinisan (いちにいさん)

Ichinisan has multiple locations around Japan but this review is for the main location near Kotsukigawa in Kagoshima city. I highly recommend the steamed kurobuta (black pork) shabu shabu pictured below. 206 more words

Japanese (washoku)

Gluten Free Japanese in Chelsea

A lot of coeliacs and gluten free diners struggle with eating Asian food due to soya sauce being used in most dishes. Kurubuto on King’s Road ( 242 more words