Summary: An intimate, top floor Japanese dining experience.
At Endo at the Rotunda, indulge in a Japanese culinary odyssey, where the sushi master, hailing from Yokohama, showcases his exquisite craftsmanship. The interior is a serene space that contrasts sharply with the unassuming exterior of the former BBC Television Centre. The heart of the venue is a stunning 200-year-old hinoki wood counter, around which guests are treated to a multi-course omakase feast. The dishes are a blend of impeccable Japanese tradition and British produce, with ingredients sourced from local fishermen and farmers, as well as from Japan. Expect delicacies like perfectly sliced sashimi, airy tempura, and inventive sushi creations, all served in a casual yet refined setting, with staff in trainers adding to the laid-back ambiance. The restaurant's dedication to quality and the art of sushi is apparent in every handcrafted piece, from the rice to the fish, which is meticulously selected for its freshness and provenance. Despite its somewhat offbeat location, securing a reservation requires planning, a testament to the unforgettable dining experience that awaits.