About Bincho Yakitori
If you can picture a German beer hall - then replace all the beer with sake and the schnitzels with yakitori - then you can probably imagine Bincho Yakitori, Dominic Ford's new restaurant in London's Oxo Tower. Designed as an izakaya - a Japanese sake hall that serves quick and inexpensive food to accompany the drinks - this restaurant on the South Bank is a buzzy and relaxed place to grab a bite to eat after work. The simple wooden interior and enthralling open kitchen attracts city types and residents. Considering Bincho Yakitori is located in a tower named after a rather ubiquitous beef stock cube, the yakitori and kushiyaki meat is dreamy and delicious, and the venue is perfect for casual first dates and after-work drinks with friends or colleagues.
Sample a la carte
- Edamame (steamed soya beans with sea salt) £2.00
- Mehikari (fried white fish with seven spices) £5.50
- Tori tatsu-age (fried marinated chicken with ponzu) £4.00
- Motsu nikomi (daikon and pig’s tripe miso stew) £4.00
Other starters are available.
- Momo (corn fed chicken skewer) £1.20
- Aigamo (duck with spring onion and wasabi skewer) £2.00
- Buta (pork belly kushiyaki) £1.30
- Tofu (tofu with miso kushiyaki) £1.20
- Kohitsuju miso yaki (lamb cutlets with miso three cutlets, yakimono) £10.50
- Gyu ninniku (rib of beef steak tamari, fried garlic and lotus root, yakimono) £11.00
Other main courses are available.
- Yuzu pannacotta £4.50
- Baked chocolate, mirin ice cream £5.50
- Traditional layered banana cake with green tea ice cream £5.00
- Soya milk doughnuts £5.00
Other desserts are available.
2nd Floor, Oxo Tower, SE1 9PH
£25 - £34
Mon - Sat 12pm - 3pm & 5pm - 11:30pm
Sun 12pm - 3pm and 5pm - 10:30pm