Are you looking for the best Japanese restaurant on Tottenham Court Road in London? Then you’ve come to the right place.
Robata, which means “fireside” in Japanese, serves up authentic Japanese cuisine that’s inspired by classic Japanese charcoal cooking. Whether you want sushi, wagyu beef, seafood, or vegetarian dishes, we do it all.
Our restaurant was founded by Head Chef Charles Lee after he spent years working in Michelin Star kitchens all over the United Kingdom.
You’ve never experienced Japanese food until you’ve tried our charcoal grill.
Our cooking techniques infuse the food with smoky undertones that are guaranteed to leave you begging for more. We work hard to do justice to our traditional cuisine, and we know that you’ll love whatever you order from our menu.
Find out why locals call us the best Japanese restaurant in London.
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Why Choose Our Sushi Restaurant on Tottenham Court Road
Few Japanese restaurants on Tottenham Court Road can compete with Robata. Our distinct Izakaya theme provides a unique dining experience that you’re sure to remember.
And our food is even better.
We love serving up dishes that wow our customers and we know that you’ll love what we serve.
Just see what our customers are saying:
“Will definitely be back!”.
“A Japanese gem in Soho”.
Looking for Local Recommendations?
Tottenham Court Road is a central street located near London’s West End and Soho districts. It’s conveniently located to many of the city’s most popular tourist attractions. Here’s what we recommend you check out:
- Theatres of all types.
Be sure to check out the world famous Prince Edward Theatre near Tottenham Court Road.
- Explore the nightlife in Soho.
See everything this iconic district has to offer.
- Tour the renowned British Museum.
Take in the historical and cultural experiences of some of our cities best museums.
Robata is ready to help you recharge after a day of fun in London. Whether you want to drop in for a quick lunch or stay for our dinner service, Robata’s menu is sure to please.