A Rave Review for Ramusake

The iconic venue of 92B Old Brompton Road offers its newest incarnation, Ramusake, South Kensington, a membership-led late night dining, cocktail and dancing venue. Owned and spearheaded by nightlife supremo Piers Adam, Ramusake marries ‘hipster Japanese’ food with a New York underground speakeasy vibe – and pulls it off. Although nestled deep within Kensington and Chelsea, Ramusake is all about urban cool, something that’s often hard to find in this part of town.


A destination for foodies, Ramusake’s contemporary Japanese fusion dishes have been created for sharing over cocktails, with signature dishes including; melt-in-the-mouth grilled Japanese Wagyu Steak, crunchy Tuna Sushi and an indulgent section of the menu offering a superb Sashimi Pizza and the cult Chicken Kara-Age Sliders that give the Colonel a run for his money. Indeed, we were blown away by the quality of the yellow tail sashimi, went wild for the wagyu and fell in love with a bottle of sparkling sake that didn’t touch the sides – Martinis were top-notch too.



Not only for food-lovers, the bar aims for ‘jet-set glamour’ with an extensive cocktail list paired to the food menu and an extensive selection of the world’s finest rums. Ramusake opens its doors to members late into the night, with final food orders available for midnight munchies at 12am to until the early hours of the morning, with party tables also up for grabs should you fancy making shapes.