Scott Hallsworth, the ex-head chef of Nobu and chef-owner of Kurobuta is venturing into the world of late-night venues. Partnering with nightclub supremo Piers Adam and David Phelps of royal’s favourite Mahiki Mayfair and Bodo’s Schloss, Ramusake has landed on the Old Brompton Road and is set to take the South Kensington dining scene by storm.
Ramusake is a members’ restaurant that rocks a sexy, fun and laid-back vibe with Japanese-inspired cocktails on the menu using sake and premium rum.
On the menu…
Scott takes the helm in the kitchen with his team of Kurobuta trained chefs, delivering the same Kurobuta menu plus a few brand new dishes created especially for Ramusake. Think Beef Fillet Tataki with Onion Ponzu, Garlic Crisps and Kombu Roasted Chilean Seabass with Spicy Shiso Ponzu, served tapas-style.
Committed to pushing gastronomic boundaries, Scott’s menu at Ramusake is a celebration of his vast experience in Japanese cuisine and testament to the runaway success of Kurobuta. Look out for favourites like Tuna Sashimi Pizza with Wasabi Tobiko and Truffle Ponzu – a signature dish of Scott’s – and Fried Chicken Kara-Age Sliders with Kimchee Mayo, Pickles and Iceberg for two Western takes on classic Japanese food.
Moreish cocktails include the Shisho Daquiri, a Japanese twist on the Cuban classic made with Pampero Blanco and Heavenly Brew Honjozo and the Kamakura, Tiki and Manga meet in this cocktail, Nikka blended whisky is combined with green tea and shaken with fresh pomegranate, fresh lemon juice and apple juice.
Designed by Louise White of W Design Studio London, Ramusake has a stylish yet cosy ambience with its dark wooden tables and low-hanging lamps. A separate bar area allows visitors to settle in for the evening and sample the extensive sake selection and cocktail menu in comfortable and chic surroundings.
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92B Old Brompton Road, London SW7 5LR