Roketsu selects Cleaner Products

Posted by:pete

Daisuke Hayashi the superb Japanese chef is proud to announce that Roketsu restaurant in Marylebone is now open. Daisuki’s new restaurant will be present Japanese Kaiseki dining .The team at Cleaner Products worked with Daisuke when he was the head chef at our value client Tokimeitē in Mayfair.

Daisuke came to London after training at the Kikunoi Ryotei restaurant in Kyoto and was a protege of seven-Michelin-starred chef Yoshihiro Murata. Daisuke trained at the renowned Kikunoi ryotei restaurant in Kyoto from the age of eighteen as a protégé of the owner chef Yoshihiro Murata, and is now at the forefront of the next generation of Japanese chefs applying a modern, progressive approach to a gastronomic culture. 

In 2008, Daisuke was responsible for the Japanese VIP menus served during the G8 Summit. After moving to the UK, he has been actively involved in workshops as vice chairman of Japanese culinary academy UK. He also supervises JAL's in-flight meals for Business and First Class on four routes from Europe. In 2020, he was awarded the prestigious Japanese Cuisine Goodwill Ambassador by the Japanese government.  

Roketsu will be serving a 10-course Kaiseki menu (£190) which will be based in dashi and changing with the seasons. It should look pretty special inside too - the interior has been made in Kyoto by experts Ryokujuan Shimizu and shipped over to London for building by the same craftsmen who created it. 

This is undoubtably the one to watch in 2022 and looks to have "Michelin star" written all over it. For reservations head to