We sat downstairs, Skylights and the bar to the left adorned with a fish tank and to the right partial views of the kitchen. Quiet at first (6pm) but mid meal (7:30) it was busy and bustling with every table in sight booked which is always a good sign.
Prawn curd cheung fun- loved the play of textures with the soft dumpling outer shell and then the fried bean curd inner layer and then once again with the tender prawn
Scallop- quite meaty served with fish eggs adorning the top allowing for a slight crunch in the mouth.
Chilli vodka- like a mild Bloody Mary that's slightly fizzy
Selection Of macaroons was a treat, flavoursome, delicious and delectable with a large variety leaving you spoilt for choice
Located in the heart of London's Soho it's a great place for dinner and If you love fish Yautacha is definitely the place to go, they have a wide variety of seafood dishes that's inventive both visually and taste wise. 3/5