In 1978, Mr. Taro first came to London from Kumamoto in the South of Japan. While wandering among the crowds in London and exploring his new environment he had an ambition to open a Japanese Restaurant of his own. Over twenty years later, he opened Taro 1 in Brewer Street on 10th September 1999. After three years of success, he opened Taro 2 in Old Compton Street on 11th December 2002. In 2012, he has opened Taro 3 (Take Away Restaurant) in Cannon Street.
Taro’s dishes are very popular daily meals in Japan. ‘Don’ (Donburi) is a meal based on rice, which has lots of variations. It is a very popular meal for Japanese hard-working businessmen. ‘Ramen’ is noodle in soup, and is now a national food in Japan. Mr. Taro used to enjoy it regularly during his youth. ‘Sushi’ is, needless to say, Authentic Japanese Food. And the name itself ‘TARO Restaurant’ is a 大衆食 堂, TaishÙ shokudò’ in Japanese, also means an everyday dining room in Japan.
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