Calling all carnivores, a famed Tokyo steakhouse is opening its first location outside of Japan in London and it’s really raising the steaks when it comes to beef. Aragawa, which was first opened by chef Jiro Yamada in Kobe in the 1950s but also has a successful Tokyo steakhouse, specialises in real deal Kobe beef sourced from Tajima and cooked over Binchotan charcoal. According to their website they also do a whole slow-smoked salmon in a kiln, but let’s be honest it’s the steaks you want, and in Tokyo you’ll pay top whack for them too – something we don’t expect to change too much when Aragawa arrives in Mayfair.
Those are all the details we’ve got so far, so check back for more (and prepare yourselves for a hefty credit card bill).
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Opens May 2022
38 Clarges Street, London W1J 7EN