Enjoy a seven-course award-winning Japanese menu including salmon yuzu and oriental beef tataki; complemented with a dessert
What You'll Get
Choose from Three Options
- £29.50 for a Michelin listed seven-course Japanese tasting menu for one (up to 58% off)
- £59 for a Michelin listed seven-course Japanese tasting menu for two (up to 58% off)
- £118 for a Michelin listed seven-course Japanese tasting menu for four (up to 58% off)
Menu may include: edamame – salted or with spicy chilly garlic | haru salad with tofu and watermelon or chicken katsu | nasu dengaku - aubergine or spinach with white sesame sauce | avocado sashimi or salmon yuzu or oriental beef tataki | vegetable sushi or chirashi roll | assorted vegetables tempura | miso marinated salmon with green beans | chicken yakitori with seasonal pickled vegetables | mochi selection | sorbet selection | mandarin cheesecake
The Fine Print
Expires 4 months after purchase. Limit 1 per 1, 2 or 4 people, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Max 4 people per table. Mandatory booking required. Check availability here and book here; phone booking will not be accepted. 48-hour cancellation and rescheduling policy; can only be rescheduled once. Excludes bank holidays and special occasion days. Must be 18 or older. Valid for option purchased only. Please inform restaurant at time of booking of any allergies or dietary requirements. Valid Mon-Sat midday-3pm and 5.30pm-9pm. Not valid in conjunction with any other offer. Valid for eat-in only. Full voucher value to be used in one visit. No change will be given.12.5% service charge will be added to bill.
Founded by Kyoichi Kai from the Zuma and Arts Club, Kouzu is a Japanese restaurant housed within an elegant Grade II listed building erected in the 1850s. With its palatial entrance looking straight at Goring Hotel and a dining area occupying three levels, Kouzu aims to turn Japanese cuisine into an opportunity for everything from a casual meeting to private dining. In 2015 Kouzu became the UK winner of Global Sushi Challenge and had its sommelier, Miguel A. Hernandez, named Sake Sommelier of the Year.