The popular Capital restaurant had to stop takeaway and delivery recently but is now opening back up to offer hungry Edinburgh residents a taste of Japan.

From Thursday 23 April Harajuku Kitchen will re-open for collection and delivery.

Posting on their social media, the team a Harajuku Kitchen said: “We can finally announce our opening day. Call to collect/delivery ——THURSDAY 23rd

“Thank you everyone for your encouraging messages and we are so overwhelmed by your support to re-open again.

“We’ve been busy preparing the shop for safety measures to re-open we are ready to roll the 🍣 sushi!”

The team are also fundraising with homeless charity Social Bite to help them in their mission to provide 4000 meals a day to those most in need.

What’s on the menu?

The takeaway and delivery menus have a selection of hot and cold dishes, rice bowls and sushi as well as tempura, noodles, set meals and bento boxes.

These include a range of meat and vegetable gyoza dumplings, kara-age chicken, mixed seafood sushi and agedashi tofu.

Desserts are dorayaki – a traditional Japanese sponge cake and apple gyoza.

How to order

The restaurant will open on 23 April from 4-9.30pm, after which the opening days will be Wednesday-Sunday.

To book an order, please email or phone 0131 281 0526.

The minimum order spend is £20, and delivery is only available up to 5 miles radius, with a £3.00/£5.00 delivery charge .

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