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Ozu
Queen's Walk
County Hall Riverside Building
011 44 207 928 7766

Dining on the South bank can be sparse pickings. So thank heavens for Ozu between the London Eye and Westminster Bridge. They serve a traditional Japanese menu, presented in a distinctly French style by chef Stephane Shoji. For little fish loves, sardine filet anyone? Done tempura- style wrapped in nori sheet, the dish is a must, along with clams steamed in sake. There's the usual fish, crustaceans, soba and udon, but there's also Gressingham duck breast with a duck brioche and peppery long beans and fresh water eel tempura with small yaki onigiri. But for those who can't get away for a proper respite (though we think you deserve it if you braved the Eye), then go for the lunch menu. It can't be passed up in this gorgeous blonde-wood room. Sabamiso teishoku is miso-braised mackerel with steam rice and bonito consommť and chicken teishoku is free range with a moromiso sauce and fried aubergine. With those two and all the other selections well under 20 quid (they come with miso soup, shinko and kobachi), it's a fabulous spot for a sumptuous break in the day.

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