Ichiban, London

Japanese.

Whether you have a hankering for sushi, Japanese curry, newly baked cakes or ice-cream, Shibuya Soho has all of it (110 Shaftesbury Avenue, W1D 5EJ; 020 7439 8393). It’s likewise where you can try bingsu, a Korean shaved ice dessert with a range of garnishes, from mango to espresso.

New opening Ichibuns (22 Wardour St, W1D 6QQ; 020 3937 5888) has the friendly personnel and a super-fun Manga-style interior. This Japanese take on diner food includes Wagyu burgers and ramen, but probably among the greatest draws is the restrooms– yes, you can try a proper modern Japanese toilet here in Chinatown.
Like its technicolor interior, Ichiban’s’ breaking burgers border on sensual overload.

Courtesy Chinatown Town/Ichiban’s.

New opening Ichibuns (22 Wardour St, W1D 6QQ; 020 3937 5888) has friendly staff and a super-fun Manga-style interior. This Japanese take on restaurant food includes Wagyu burgers and ramen, but perhaps among the biggest draws is the bathrooms.

Yes, you can check out a correct state-of-the-art Japanese toilet right here in Chinatown.