Flack: (Saving) On Expenses - Satsuma, London W1

Reviewer Elinor Tyler, senior account director, Storm Communications

- What is it good for?

Satsuma is the ultimate restaurant if you are looking for authentic Japanese cuisine served in a vibrant setting. Located in Soho, the restaurant provides delicious food, quick and friendly service and a trendy vibe. The menu is full of interesting dishes to sample and share. However, if you want the restaurant to make the choice for you, Satsuma's Bento Boxes give guests an all in one meal.

- Signature dishes

Try the Japanese katsu curries if you are looking for something unique to Satsuma.

- Who's the boss?

Satsuma is part of the Royal China Group's prestigious restaurants and is overseen by Peter Lam. Kin-Wing Lau is the head chef.

- Tips please?

Satsuma has a terrific take away lunch special. Available from Monday to Friday, from noon until 3pm, guests can choose between four yakisoba dishes (noodle dishes) or a choice of three fried rice dishes, for £5.

- What's the damage?

A selection of dishes to share will cost you about £15 each. Bento Boxes start at £11.60.

56 Wardour Street, London, W1D 4JG 020 7437 8338

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