Sachi, a new restaurant which celebrates Japanese food, culture and design has opened in Pantechnicon, London’s home of Nordic and Japanese creativity.

Sachi’s food is inspired by regional Japanese cooking and made with unparalleled ingredients

from independent producers. With a delicate interplay with Nordic flavours, it features

dishes never experienced in London before. The strikingly designed open dining room is

complemented by private vaulted booths set in a Japanese garden, a theatrical sushi chef’s

table, a private dining room and late-night bar inspired by Tokyo’s secret speakeasies.

Sachi translates as “happiness” in Japanese and that’s the focus of the food. The menu has

been crafted by Head Chef Collin Hudson and Pantechnicon’s Executive Chef Chris Golding. Together, Collin and Chris have dived into the diverse regional cooking of Japan to create contemporary dishes inspired by the local delicacies in Hokkaido, Osaka and Fukuoka. The menu showcases seasonal, local ingredients: Japanese Greens are grown in Sussex, trout organically reared in Scotland and wasabi made in Britain. Surprising hints of Nordic flavours and ingredients are meanwhile interspersed throughout.

To book your table at Sachi click here.