New Japanese Restaurant in Chiswick
Kisaku brings taste of the Orient to High Road
Chiswick has a new Japanese restaurant. Kisaku offers Asian, Japanese and Sushi dishes with the emphasis on healthy and wholesome food. The restaurant, which is located at 470, Chiswick High Road, will open for lunch and dinner every day except Sunday.
The restaurant is already proving popular with the local business community for lunch. Specialities to take out for those who need lunch in a hurry include Bento boxes priced at £11.90, which provide a filling and tasty lunch, while traditional Japanese curries are £8.90. Other lunch items to take away include Sushi and Sashimi sets with miso soup and salad for £13.50 to £15.50 and Yaki Soba noodles with either chicken, mixed seafood, or vegetable for around £8.50.
Kisaku-the name means "easy-going"-aims to capitalise on the popularity of Asian food with Chiswick diners. Other Japanese restaurants in the area include the popular Sushi Bar Makoto on Devonshire Road and Tosa in King Street. The restaurant has been decorated in restful aubergine on the walls with wooden floors and wooden tables giving a clean, cool, modern look. Yellow paper lanterns and Japanese prints on the wall give an authentic feel of the Orient.
The menu aims to provide the freshest of ingredients, with seafood ranging from salmon and tuna to unagi (eel) and saba (mackerel) or even tobiko (flying fish roe). Vegetarians will be well catered for with a range of salads using traditional Japanese ingredients such as seaweed and tofu, or more familiar salmon and avocado salad with Japanese dressings. Tempura dishes, and noodles such as udon and soba are also on the menu. The telephone number is 0208 9878874.
October 14, 2011