Behind a discreet doorway, poised elegantly above Park Lane and yet a million miles from the world below, Sushi Kanesaka’s exclusive dining event transports guests to another realm, where an adventure through refinement awaits to fascinate the senses.
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Quite simply a celebration of great food and drink. Check availability and book a table online.
Dress code: While there’s no strict rule book, we kindly suggest no sportswear or shorts.
Guests: As the menu is subject to change based on the daily availability of ingredients, we are unable to modify the menu to suit individual needs – with this in mind, we consider Sushi Kanesaka to be suitable for those aged 12 and above.
Vibe: Gourmet dining
We are proud to present the singular mastery of Sushi Kanesaka in a true celebration of the Japanese culinary tradition of Omakase.
With an open heart, the chef stands before you, waiting to serve and delight.
Poetry in motion
To celebrate the Japanese culinary tradition of omakase within a sublime setting of sophistication and privacy, 45 Park Lane presents the singular mastery of Sushi Kanesaka; a world-class destination born to elevate the authenticity and ritual splendour of sushi in a true embodiment of Japanese fine dining
Introducing Shinji Kanesaka
Simplicity becomes an art form, where chef Shinji Kanesaka creates a menu of balance and harmony. Bringing his talents to Mayfair from Tokyo’s exclusive Ginza district, Shinji Kanesaka serves sushi in the Edomae style; its most traditional form.
Translated as ‘I’ll leave it up to you’, choosing omakase dining means knowing the very finest delicacies, the most exquisite tastes of the moment, are to be chosen for you by a master in the art.
Sushi Kanesaka proudly presents your host, Nanami-san. In this role, known as okami-san, and trained in the incredible art of the Japanese geisha, Nanami-san brings the traditions of beauty, grace and discipline to Sushi Kanesaka.
Designed by the master, Itai-san, Sushi Kanesaka honours the delicate elegance of this traditional style. The centrepiece is a single carved piece of hinoki wood, lined by a row of bent wood chairs modelled on Wegner’s iconic Wishbone design.
By embracing the spirit of omakase, I’m free to select from the seasonal delights of Japan’s 72 micro seasons for my ingredients, and deliver something utterly fresh with every slice of my blade.
Shinji Kanesaka, Chef at Sushi Kanesaka
Wooden kumiko panels echo shapes found amongst the landscape in Hyde Park. A nod to tradition lives on in the hinoki ice-chests, first used by sushi chefs in the Edo period and still treasured for their ability to delicately control the temperature of the fish.
For when only the simply remarkable will do, Sushi Kanesaka offers a private room, seating four diners at their own counter, served by their own private chef. A sublime experience.
Dining at 45 Park Lane
From 'that was the best steak ever' to 'I need another of those outrageous cocktails' our restaurant and bar bring out powerful statements. Eating and drinking is done properly at 45 Park Lane.
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