Sachi, a new Japanese restaurant, is set to launch this summer in Pantechnicon, a London venue that showcases both Nordic and Japanese cultures.
The site will serve Japanese dishes inspired by regional cuisines paired with a “delicate interplay” of Nordic flavours.
Composed of 130 covers, Sachi will contain an open dining room, private booths in a Japanese garden, a sushi chef’s table, a private dining room, and a late-night bar.
Translating to “happiness”, the Sachi menu has been created by Collin Hudson, head chef at Dinings and Roka, and Chris Golding, executive chef at Pantechnicon.
Barry Hirst, co-founder and director at Pantechnicon, said: “My vision for Sachi is to be an unexpected discovery in the heart of London.
“A place to meet, eat and celebrate life, to create intrigue, to create a space of comfort and calm whilst maintaining a sense of energy and above all to be inclusive and not exclusive.”
He added: “The design reflects the culinary offering, with spaces that are honest, authentic and approachable – celebrating the materials and craftsmanship that bring them together.”
Sachi will join two Japanese and Nordic design shops, a Café Kitsuné, a roof garden bar and winter terrace, a Nordic bar and restaurant, and a micro-bar and bottle shop at Pantechnicon, which was established in September 2020.