Win a trip to London to celebrate the release of Junk Food Japan

Junk Food Japan

The Telegraph has teamed up with the Kurobuta, MyHotel and Bloomsbury Publishing to offer subscribers the chance to win a trip to London to celebrate the publication of Junk Food Japan: Addictive Food from Kurobuta. The lucky winner and their guest will enjoy a one-night stay in the centre of London, complete with a contribution towards travel, dinner at one of Scott Hallsworth’s Kurobuta restaurants and a signed copy of his new cookbook, Junk Food Japan.

The prize begins at one of ex-Nobu head chef Scott’s Kurobuta restaurants. Taking London by storm, the Kurobuta restaurants are inspired by the Izakayas of Japan, where tapas-style plates are served to accompany drinks in a casual setting. Originally a pop-up, Kurobuta proved such a hit with diners who fell for the unique chilled out ambience and exceptional Japanese food, which is now a permanent fixture in London’s Marble Arch and Chelsea’s King Road. Our winners will receive £200 to spend on the incredible food and drink, including wonders such as Tuna Sashimi Pizza and Wagyu Sliders.

After the eating and drinking is done, you can retire to My Bloomsbury, a contemporary boutique hotel situated in the heart of Bloomsbury, a district famed for its vibrant history of literature and arts. Here you will find a laidback, welcoming hub within a short stroll of the British Museum, Soho, Oxford Street and Tottenham Court Road tube station, making it the perfect base from which to explore all that London has to offer.

Finally, the winner will be able to continue the Kurobuta experience at home with a signed copy of Junk Food Japan. Containing more than 100 recipes showcasing Scott’s punchy, fresh take on Japanese cuisine, Junk Food Japan includes inventive twists on Japanese classics alongside signature dishes such as Barbecued Pork Belly, Tea Smoked Lamb and Kombu-Roasted Chilean Sea Bass.

To enter, simply fill in the form below including your TS number.