Japanese Restaurant Chisou Is To Close In Chiswick

The upmarket restaurant and sake bar shuts this weekend

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Chisou in Barley Mow Passage


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The Japanese restaurant Chisou, in Barley Mow Passage, is to close this weekend. The upmarket restaurant and sake bar opened three years ago on the site of the former Chakalaka restaurant.

An announcement today said: "It is with regret that Saga Japanese restaurants are to cease trading from their Barley Mow Passage site in Chiswick. The last day of operation will Saturday 29th November 2014."

All reservations up until this point will be honoured and any after this date will be transferred to their restaurants in Mayfair or Knightsbridge.

A spokesman said; "The decision to close the restaurant has not come lightly but it has become clear that there are more profitable ways to use the site, which Saga Japanese Restaurants owns the freehold for."

All staff will be found positions within the company’s three other restaurants and there is expected to be no loss of employment from the closure. Saga Japanese restaurants also hope to relocate all fixtures and fittings to a new location in the New Year as they actively pursue new premises.

Managing Director David Leroy said; ‘It is with a heavy heart that I have decided to close our restaurant in Chiswick, but other opportunities have arisen which have made the current business untenable. I hope to see our Chiswick regulars in Knightsbridge and Mayfair and look forward to welcoming the service team in our other restaurants.’

The staff and team at Chisou said they would like to thank all customers and Chiswick residents who have visited over the last three years and looked forward to seeing them in their other restaurants over the coming months.


November 25 , 2014

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