Satsuma is the sort of restaurant that has become increasingly popular in Soho in recent years. It offers high quality and satisfying Japanese cuisine in a minimalist canteen-style setting. The restaurant sits in the heart of Soho on Wardour Street and is split across two levels. The sleek glass exterior leads to a simple yet chic dining space with shared wooden tables and benches, low lighting and marbled floors. The food on offer is served in a traditional informal Japanese style - there are no starters or mains, food simply arrives at your table when it is ready (so there's no need to be polite and wait for your friend's food to arrive before you start eating!). The menu includes noodles, rice, sushi and sashimi
56 Wardour Street
Tube: Covent Garden (Blue Line / Piccadilly Line)
How to book:
Telephone bookings: You can book over the phone using the number above.
Online bookings: It is not possible to book online to reserve a table at Satsuma.
E-mail bookings: Satsuma do not offer an e-mail booking service.
Walk-in bookings: Getting a walk-in table at Satsuma is an option. The canteen style seating in this large restaurant ensures that there is a space for a lot of diners. The restaurant's informal policy also ensures that even at the busiest times you can join a queue and wait for a table - the fast service and large amount of seating mean that you will not be waiting in the queue for long.