It’s obvious that no expense was spared in the making of Sexy Fish, the new Asian fish and seafood restaurant sparkling amongst the Bentleys and Bugattis on Berkley Square.
Glamorous, glitzy and eccentric, it might seem more like a museum than a restaurant, boasting two of the largest live reef coral tanks in the world, a collection of artworks from the likes of Damien Hirst, and dripping in golden hues, marble floors and lavish adornments for an opulent, mid-century feel.
The main restaurant seats 200 guests and has an outdoor heated terrace, an open kitchen counter and dining bar, which along with the mermaid sculptures and giant goldfish lanterns shimmering above, holds the world’s third largest Japanese whisky collection and an extensive list of classic and exotic cocktails. There is also the downstairs private dining space, The Coral Reef Room, no doubt hosting the who’s who of London and beyond.
The menu is Asian-influenced and ideal for sharing, featuring fresh seafood and exciting flavours in a selection of raw, hot, and robata-grill dishes. sexyfish.com