Closed since July for a full transformation, this well-loved Nikkei restaurant reopens on the 9th September 2022 with a sleek, contemporary new look.

Bringing the vibrant spirit of Tokyo and the taste of Lima to the heart of Soho since 2013 the reimagined restaurant will debut a stylish lounge bar, as well new menu additions, reworked cocktails and more. The re-design takes in the totality of Chotto Matte’s furniture from floor to chairs and tables to ceilings, featuring hues of green, purple, and orange.

All the brand’s most iconic features will still be found within the new design, including Japanese lava stone, shou sugi ban wood, and a variation of wall art inspired by Tokyo’s contemporary urban culture.

And there are still the theatrics of the sushi counter and upstairs open kitchen, complete with a new updated robata grill.

The menu includes Yellowtail “Nikkei Sashimi” with jalapeño, coriander and yuzu truffle soy, Wagyu Sirloin with Truffle Teriyaki sauce and Black Cod Aji Miso with Chilli miso marinade, yuzu, and chives.

Global Executive Chef Jordan Sclare is currently working on adding new surprise items to the menu to complement the classics, including the introduction of a new bottomless Nikkei Brunch for Saturday goers.

Also launching for the reopening, is the brand new Tokyo to Lima cocktail menu. Global Bar Manager Gabor Fodor has been working on the project which is set to roll out across all Chotto Matte restaurants this Summer, after a successful initial launch in Marylebone.

In addition to the new Tokyo to Lima menu, the Frith Street exclusive cocktails have been entirely reimagined, and an exclusive Chotto Matte Pale Ale has been added to the menu.

Find out more here:
Address :
Soho: 11, 13 Frith St, London W1D 4RB
Marylebone: 26 Paddington St, London W1U 5QY