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Meet the Chef: Daisuke Hayashi of Roketsu

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"Our cuisine is all about making the best use of seasonal ingredients. Because of this, we always strive to find the best ingredients according to the time of year,” explains Daisuke Hayashi, chef and owner of the first Kaiseki restaurant in London, Roketsu.

London's culinary landscape is constantly evolving, welcoming flavours from around the world. Amidst the diversity, a hidden gem has emerged, offering a culinary experience deeply rooted in tradition and seasonality. Meet Daisuke Hayashi, the visionary chef and owner of Roketsu, London's premier Kaiseki restaurant. Kaiseki, an...

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