New restaurant brand Inko Nito will open its first UK site in London in May.
Situated on Broadwick St, the new casual dining hotspot will join the neighbourhood’s eclectic food scene serving up unconventional robatayaki Japanese fare in the heart of the Soho.
Conceived by Rainer Becker, creator and co-founder of Zuma restaurants ROKA, Oblix and Florida’s ETARU, and developed alongside group executive chef Hamish Brown, the standalone restaurant will arrive in the heart of Soho following its successful launch in Los Angeles’ Art District in December 2017.
“Inko Nito is an evolution of what was the original concept for ROKA. We’ve gone ‘back to basics’ to create a local, accessible destination for London diners,” says Becker. “Combining bold and adventurous flavours in a relaxed yet high-energy environment, our ambition is to become a must-visit destination, within Soho’s unprecedented dining scene.”
Inko Nito will open its doors in May 2018 at 55 Broadwick Street, London.