Launching in winter 2020 will be Bisushima: a modern Japanese restaurant with a transformative vibe and atmosphere, taking diners from a tranquil breakfast, through to a lively and up-tempo dinner service. Located within the newly refurbished Page8 hotel, Covent Garden, the restaurant occupies the sixth floor. The 6,000 square foot venue proudly boasts a separate bar area and two large external roof terraces, directly overlooking iconic Trafalgar Square and the bottom of Covent Garden. Accommodating over 190 covers in total, it’s easily set to become one of the largest rooftop venues in the area. Bisushima is the creation of Chef and Restaurateur, Sergey Men, alongside his business partner Ruslav Ugarov. Having worked as a sushi chef in kitchens across the world, Sergey has developed a signature style he is proud of, turning high quality produce into well-balanced and flavoursome, modern Japanese food. Bisushima will place an emphasis on harmony between the guests, environment and the food. Harmony and balance are often described as fundamental principles that reveal the essence of Japanese philosophy within art, design and daily life. Example dishes include Toro tataki with quinoa and pak choi salad; Shime saba oshizushi (Seared cured mackerel pressed sushi with ginger, shiso and sesame); Unagi […]

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