332 King Street, Hammersmith, London, W6 0RR - View on a map
Telephone: 020 8748 0002

Overall 9.5
Food 10.0
Service 9.0
Atmosphere 9.0
Value 10.0
Based on 1 reviews

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After living in Japan for 8 great years I can honestly say this is best Japanese restaurant in London by far. Really honest home made food at very reasonable prices. They do not pretend to be high class establishment and you do really get that welcoming feeling you would find in many izakayas all around Japan. Service can be bit slow but if you want fast food you go to all those terrible sushi places you can find dotted all around London which are not that much cheaper but quality is much much lower. Great restaurant. Only wish there are more places like Tosa.
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Overall rating 10 stars
Food 10 | Service 9 | Atmosphere 9 | Value for money 10
Saturday, September 06, 2014

The food was marginal at best and the portions were meager. I would not recommend going to this establishment if you're hungry. I was absolutely shocked at how overpriced the dishes were. You're better off getting a set menu at a restaurant in the City for an early dinner than subjecting yourself to such outrageous prices. At least they could have provided better service or better ambiance. I feel absolutely raped after that dining experience. Suffice to say that I shall not be returning.
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Overall rating 2 stars
Food 3 | Service 2 | Atmosphere 2 | Value for money 0
Sunday, March 24, 2013

What a lovely meal we had here last night. Staff is very friendly and food really authentic. When we came in it was really packed with japanese customers which is always a very good sign. Tosa was recomended to us by our friends and we will be back for some more. Grilled sea bream was excellent. Yummy
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Overall rating 10 stars
Food 10 | Service 10 | Atmosphere 10 | Value for money 10
Saturday, March 02, 2013

Not sure who even put this one as Japanese - been there and guess what - none of the staff could speak a work of Japanese!!! Embarrassing!

Most likely another Chinese take on Japanese cuisine - as the culture of serving the dishes was most likely chinese...

Dishes were OKish - overpriced tho and served randomly (main before starters) not in a very friendly manner (litterally thrown on the table without asking who ordered what, no work spoken, no smile).

We were made feel that we are not welcome and that we should leave as soon as possible.

Loooooooooooong wait for the bill to the point we started considering leaving and seeing will it be noticed by anyone anyway.

PS we were the only people in at that time!

Not worth - would recomend Atariya if anyone want to try out authentic Sushi or Sashimi... or Kiraku for overprices overall cuisine test (as Atariya is just sushi and sashimi house... no tempura if you looking for it) - tho in Kiraku service drops big time. Again we were served by non Japanese speaker who spilled our tea in a process of setting the dishes and totally ignored that my cup was gone from full to half full and rest is leaking from the table... just left us there (but that was one odd).
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Overall rating 3 stars
Food 5 | Service 0 | Atmosphere 2 | Value for money 5
Thursday, September 20, 2012

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London Eater

London Eater

Thursday, September 30, 2010 - The shisomaki, that's shiso leaves and pork loin, and they are really amazing. Smoky grilled pork - dripping, wet and juicy - with a touch of fragrance from the shiso, beautiful stuff. As for the yakitori, which is plain grilled chicken (I think it was thigh), it was juicy, well-seasoned and smothered in a lovely soy based sauce that carried a hint of sweet to it. Better than Bincho...Excellent value for money and beautiful food all round. In fact it was so agreeable, I went back a week later for dinner.

Will Eat For Money

Will Eat For Money

Wednesday, March 17, 2010 - Tonkatsu cutlet. Served with karashi on the side and bulldog sauce was also provided. A fine bit of fried meat, nothing more than average. Gyoza. Filled with pork and chives. Good gyoza: crispy skin at the bottom and generous and well seasoned filling, though rather expensive at 5.50 for 5 pieces. Unagi nigiri. Ordered as an afterthought more than anything, just because I can never resisted a bit of grilled eel, the version at Tosa was good, with the smoky flavour from the grilling a definite advantage over other versions.

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