Reopened this summer, Hot Stone London – an award-winning Japanese and sushi restaurant – is offering a truly bespoke dining experience. Every Monday evening, the restaurant invites customers (seats are open to the public depending on availability) to a 90-minute experience that will awake and delight their taste buds. With just four seats available and only three sittings each evening at 5 pm, 6:45 pm, and 8:30 pm, guests will be wowed by a beautiful 90 minutes of 14-course Omakase menu.
“When we decided to reopen Hot Stone, we wanted to bring something special to our guests and those looking for an incredible dining experience,” said Shrabaneswor Rai, Founder, and Director at Hot Stone. “our Executive Chef Padam Raj Rai truly brings a personalized, unique touch to the Omakase menu while interacting with the guests and taking them on a journey through food.”
Available starting August 10, 2020, each course pairs the freshest seafood, fish, and Japanese Wagyu beef with an array of delicious seasonal ingredients; current seasonal infusions include hand-dived scallops with truffle ponzu sauce and seared butterfish sashimi with Hamachi in green jalapeno sauce. Of note, Hot Stone London is one of only seven restaurants in the whole of the UK to serve certified Kobe beef.
Chef Padam takes guests on an indulgent culinary journey with a menu that changes weekly and highlights only the best of seasonal ingredients. Through tastings of kobachi small plates, sushi, sashimi, and desserts, diners at the chef’s table will have an upfront view of the theater behind the sushi counter and the diligent preparation of each item.
“I wanted to present an authentic Omakase experience showcasing fish and seafood while incorporating our signature hot stone cooking with the very best Japanese wagyu beef, highlighting truly special and carefully sourced ingredients,” says Executive Chef Padam Raj Rai.
Chef Padam will serve these innovative dishes mixing traditional techniques with modern flair from the 14-course Omakase menu on handmade Japanese ceramics. Diners will have a choice of Japanese whiskeys, sakes, and wines to pair with this menu.
The omakase menu is priced at £150pp.