We’re all about slap-up dinners here at AT, and TEMAKI’s ‘One Night in Tokyo‘ event (featuring no less than 20 courses) is right up our street.

On 26th April, the Brixton-based restaurant will host a spectacular omakase dinner, knocking out 20-courses from Executive Chef Shaulan Steenson, with dishes drawing heavily on his time at some of Japan’s most respected sushi meccas located in Tokyo’s Ginza and Toyama districts – Hakkoku and Sushijin.

One Night in Tokyo: The Lowdown

Known for being London’s first authentic handroll bar, diners at the intimate sushi counter of the acclaimed Brixton restaurant will be served a stunning selection of dishes from chef Steenson, served in the omakase (“I leave it up to you”) style where chefs choose their diner’s menu. The menu will be a mix of Japanese small plates drawing on influences from Kyoto and the Japanese countryside, and an extensive menu of sushi influenced by the Edo style traditional in Tokyo.

One Night in Tokyo: The Menu

Expect all kinds of dishes, such as: Gilthead Bream and Crab with dashi, alongside a wide range of sushi dishes; from S Saba Bo Zushi, mackerel sushi from Kyoto, to cuttlefish, scallop and razor clam inspired by Sushijin restaurant. There’s also oyster, brill and seasonal veggies on the menu alongside a number of other dishes.

The dinner costs £110pp, with sittings at 6.30pm and 8pm, with tickets available to buy heone nire

12 Market Row, London SW9 8LB

Photo credit (Charlie McKay)