If you regularly pass through central London there’s a good chance that you will have walked past swanky restaurant Aqua Kyoto.
Serving up a myrid of different foods including Japanese, Spanish, Italian and Chinese and with a terrace that looks out over Central London Aqua Kyoto makes for one of the most interesting places around.
And now they’ve launched a new initiative, their Infinity Sunday brunch. The concept is simple, for £35 you can have an all you can eat brunch or for £55 you can thrown in as much Verve Clicquot as you can get down you.
Last Sunday as the sun shone, in intervals over London WJ went to check out what Infinity Sunday was all about. Situated at the top of the old Dickens and Jones building. The plush interior is made all the more impressive by the sunken sushi bar and grill cooking area which is situated right in the heart of the restaurant. There was an extensive range of food available including Spanish tapas, fresh sushi, sashimi, noodle dishes, a range of grilled meats, vegetables and fish, cold meats and cheeses. The plates are placed around the kitchen and you can go up and help yourself as many times as you like.
What made the dining experience so special was the views of London behind us and the constant flow of champagne which went down a little too well. With plenty of time before the restaurants 3pm cut off point we headed out on to the terrace to enjoy our last glass in the sun, over looking London. The perfect way to spend a lazy Sunday.