There's something special to behold about Koji on the New King's Road in Fulham. Authentic Japenese cuisine in a lavish restaurant, what's not to love?
The welcome on the Koji website makes a bold statement too; “If Pinot Noir were food, it would taste like Koji’s hamachi with caviar umami jelly” – we like this restaurant’s confidence very much.
The menu at Koji is crammed with beautifully presented dishes. The wood-fired oven options include a whole wood fired sea bass with ponzu ginger dressing or charred octopus with kizami wasabi mash.
The restaurant is next to Parsons Green and about a five minute walk from the train station which is on the District line. Advance bookings are recommended for one of Fulham’s most popular restaurants.
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