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Hot Stone relaunches in Fitzrovia as RAI and it's all about omakase

Hot Stone relaunches in Fitzrovia as RAI and it's all about omakase

Mid-pandemic, Hot Stone launched their second restaurant in Fitzrovia - but now it's getting a relaunch as a completely new restaurant called RAI.

Still led by their Executive Chef Padam Raj, It'll be a full omakase-style tasting menu affair, combining primarily Japanese and British ingredients. Particular attention is being paid to high-grade sourcing from Japan, with Sanpuku, nori from Japan’s Ariake Sea and highest-grade Hyōgo Prefecture Kobe and Kagoshima wagyu beef.

A taste of the tasting menu includes:

  • Scottish salmon tartare, yuzu miso, British pear, cave aged Dorset cheddar
  • Hand dived Orkney scallop sashimi, fresh plum, spicy Japanese plum, English truffle ponzu sauce
  • 48-hours marinated grilled Chilean seabass with tsukemono
  • Wagyu chocolate with rosemary, thyme, cranberries, pistachio, lemon, lime & yuzu zest

The main tasting menu will be £110, but there's also a Kobe specific add-on (£65 extra) and also one just for nigri (that's £28 extra).

That's not all from Hot Stone - they also have plans to open The Gurkhas Nepalese restaurant later in the year. We'll have news of that soon. 

Hot Stone relaunches in Fitzrovia as RAI and it's all about omakase

 

More about RAI

Where is it? 3 Windmill Street, Fitzrovia, London W1T 2HY

When does it open? 21 January 2022

Find out more: Visit their website or follow them on Instagram @rai.restaurant.

 

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