Koya Bar
Verdict based on 4 critic, 0 blogger and 0 user reviews and awards
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Address: 50 Frith Street, London W1D 4SQ

Website: Visit restaurant website

Telephone: -

Koya’s second site (next door to the original one) opens for breakfast through dinner.

Latest reviews of Koya Bar

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Zoe Williams, The Telegraph

13 April 2014

It’s a pared-down dining experience, but pared-down with a purpose, so you could fancy yourself just another Tokyo commuter, on the way home, eating the food of your forefathers, cooked the way they’d have done it…

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Time Out

Celia Plender, Time Out

21 September 2013

The rice porridge (okayu) and accompanying soft boiled egg, spring onion and sweet, salty marinated shiitake makes for a soothing bowl of East Asian comfort food (…) Koya Bar offers a taste of Tokyo in London that’s bound to go down well with Koya fans…

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Joe-Warwick

Joe Warwick (Metro), Metro

12 September 2013

The all-day menu, overseen by Shuko Oda, previously second-in-command at Koya, is roughly a re-tread of Koya when it first opened, various udon, donburi and small plates, with the daring addition of Japanese breakfast dishes. (…) Ten-tojidon donburi, perfect prawn tempura over rice mixed with a gently set egg, is comfort in a bowl to get you through the dankest of autumn days…

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Richard Godwin

Richard Godwin, Evening Standard

11 September 2013

The remarkable English breakfast soup – floppy bacon, gooey egg, shiitake mushrooms and udon noodles floating in a rich dashi soup – proved a formidable Anglo-Japanese hangover destroyer, while chilled oolong tea has its smoky charms…

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What the Critics say

zoe_williams

Zoe Williams, The Telegraph

13 April 2014

It’s a pared-down dining experience, but pared-down with a purpose, so you could fancy yourself just another Tokyo commuter, on the way home, eating the food of your forefathers, cooked the way they’d have done it…

Read full review »
Time Out

Celia Plender, Time Out

21 September 2013

The rice porridge (okayu) and accompanying soft boiled egg, spring onion and sweet, salty marinated shiitake makes for a soothing bowl of East Asian comfort food (…) Koya Bar offers a taste of Tokyo in London that’s bound to go down well with Koya fans…

Read full review »
Joe-Warwick

Joe Warwick (Metro), Metro

12 September 2013

The all-day menu, overseen by Shuko Oda, previously second-in-command at Koya, is roughly a re-tread of Koya when it first opened, various udon, donburi and small plates, with the daring addition of Japanese breakfast dishes. (…) Ten-tojidon donburi, perfect prawn tempura over rice mixed with a gently set egg, is comfort in a bowl to get you through the dankest of autumn days…

Read full review »
Richard Godwin

Richard Godwin, Evening Standard

11 September 2013

The remarkable English breakfast soup – floppy bacon, gooey egg, shiitake mushrooms and udon noodles floating in a rich dashi soup – proved a formidable Anglo-Japanese hangover destroyer, while chilled oolong tea has its smoky charms…

Read full review »