Russia's Cutfish Sushi Bistro swims onto London's culinary scene

Russia's Cutfish Sushi Bistro swims onto London's culinary scene



This new eatery will dock at the coveted Draycott Avenue.

Get ready foodies because something fishy and fabulous is swimming into town. London's dining scene is getting a splash of excitement as the Moscow-based sensation, Cutfish Sushi Bistro, is opening its first UK venture. 

This innovative restaurant brand, founded by the visionary restaurateur Alexander Oganezovhas, has already been making waves across Moscow with four successful establishments. Now, they're opening in South Kensington's coveted Draycott Avenue.

Cutfish Sushi Bistro believes in the art of Izakaya dining, an immersive experience that celebrates the spirit of sharing and savouring. The menu unfolds in two enticing sections. First up is a delightful array of fresh sushi and rolls, a testament to the craftsmanship and expertise of their sushi chefs. The second section is all about the Josper grill that smokes and grills dishes to perfection. From tender beef and succulent duck to flavoursome chicken and vegetables, you'll be in for a treat. Salads round off the menu, adding a touch of refreshing balance to your culinary journey.

As for the interiors, think clean, minimalist settings with a rustic touch reminiscent of the dining area you must have had in your home years ago. Pretty nostalgic, isn't it?

The location couldn't be more fitting. Draycott Avenue is a stone's throw away from the trendy King's Road, where fashion boutiques and art galleries dot the landscape. With Sloane Square and South Kensington tube stations within easy reach, this culinary gem promises accessibility as delightful as its menu. 

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