The Sushi World Guide - for Restaurants outside Japan.




Currently listed: 110 Restaurants in
London, United Kingdom/Grossbritannien.

Aaya Abeno (New Location) Abeno CLOSED !
Ajimura CLOSED Arisugawa CLOSED Asakusa
Asta Asuka Aykoku Kaku
Benihana Benihana (2) Benihana (3)
Bento Bincho Yakitori Bincho Yakitori (2)
Cafe Japan Chisou Dai-chan
Daks Café Sushi Bar Daruma-san Defune
Donzoko Edokko Sushi Bar & Restaurant Feng Sushi
Fluid Fujisan Fujiyama
Gili Gulu Ginnan Ginnan
Gonbei Hamine CLOSED ! Harrod´s
Hi Sushi Hi Sushi Hiroko
I-thai Ichi Riki Ichiban Sushi
Ikeda Ikkyu Ikkyu (2)
Inaho Isaribi Isohama
Itsu (2) Itsu (former t´su) Japanese Canteen
Japanese Restaurant Jin Kichi Kanpai
Kikuchi Koi Komatsu
Koto Kulu Kulu Kura
Little Japan Makiyaki Masako
Matsu Matsuri Matsuri (2)
Misato Mitsukoshi Miyama
Momo Moshi Moshi Sushi Moshi Moshi Sushi (2)
Moshi Moshi Sushi (3) Musha My Tomo Noodle and Sushi Bar
Nakamura Nambu-tei Nippon Tuk
Nippon Tuk Nobu Noodles Republic
Noto Ramen House Pret a manger Saki
Shogun Soba Sumosan
Suntory Sushi Bar Gen Sushi Bar Gen (2)
Sushi Box Sushi Hiro Sushi Wong CLOSED !
Sushi-Say Taro Tatsuso
Ten Ten Tei Tokyo Diner Touzai
Tsukushi CLOSED T´su (see ITSU !) Wagamama
Wagamama (2) Wagamama (3) Wagamama (4)
Wagamama (5) Wagamama (6) Wakaba
Yaohan Plaza Yo! Sushi/Yo! Below Yoshino
Yuzo Zipangu

Aaya

Name:Aaya
Address:66-70 Brewer Street, (Tube: Piccadilly Circus) London, W1F 9UP
Phone:(020) 7319-3888
Link:Restaurant Website

London



Abeno (New Location)

Name:Abeno (New Location)
Address:47 Museum Street, London WC1A 1LY
Review:"It is fantastic!"
- Kevin Fogarty (kdfogarty@iee.org) [January 3rd 2001]

London



Abeno CLOSED !

Name:Abeno CLOSED !
Address:Yaohan Plaza 399 Edgware Road, London NW9 / Colindale tube
Phone:0181 / 205 1131
Fax:0181 / 201 3022
Opened:Wed-Sat noon - 3pm, Mon-Fri 6-10pm, Sat-Sun noon - 10pm
Review:"Europe´s only okonomi-yaki restaurant. Either you cook okonomi(jap.pizza) yourself on the teppan or be helped by the staff. Great value for those bored with sashimi and ramen."
- (philipp@saji.com) [February 8th 1999]

London



Ajimura CLOSED

Name:Ajimura
Address:51-53 Sheltonstreet, London WC2 / Covent Garden Tube
Phone:0171 / 240 01 78
Fax:0171 / 497 22 40
Opened:Mon-Fri: noon - 2.30pm, Mon-Sat: 6-10.30pm
Review:"CLOSED in NOV 1997 !"

London



Arisugawa CLOSED

Name:Arisugawa
Address:27 Percy Street, London W1/Tottenham court road tube
Phone:0171 / 636 89 13
Fax:0171 / 323 42 37
Opened:Mon-Fri: 12.30-2.30pm, Mon-Sat: 6-10pm
Review:" CLOSED !!!"

London



Asakusa

Name:Asakusa
Address:265 Eversholt Street, London, NW1
Phone:(020)7388-8533
Opened:Mon-Fri: 6pm - 11.30, Sat: 6pm -11pm
Review:"Don´t be worried about the setting. The food is excellent and worth a tube ride to Mornington Crescent."
- THE SUSHI WORLD GUIDE CREW [April 10th 1999]

London



Asta

Name:Asta
Address:Beaumont House, 5 Middlesex Street, London
Phone:(020) 7247-7065
Review:" "
- Kokomi [January 13th 2003]

London



Asuka

Name:Asuka
Address:Berkley Arcade,209A Baker Street, London NW1 / Baker Street tube
Phone:(020) 7486-5026 / -7345
Fax:(020) 7224 1741
Opened:Mon-Fri: noon-2.30pm, Mon-Sat: 6-10.30pm
Reviews:"Tatami rooms, quiet discreet atmosphere. Fine food for reasonable prices. Haru maki (spring rolls) are wonderful. Kushiyaki is great. Only a few vegetarian dishes. No extra bar but a trolley with sushi roves between tables during evenings."
"Very nice restaurant, good decor and ambience. We had the set menu for o23 which was very good food. We were the only non-Japanese customers which is probably a good sign."
- Adam Spencer (ads1@soton.ac.uk) [February 6th 1998]

London



Aykoku Kaku

Name:Aykoku Kaku
Address:Bucklersbury House, 9 Walbrook, London, EC4 8DQ
Phone:(020) 7236-9020
Review:" "
- Kokomi [January 13th 2003]

London



Benihana

Name:Benihana
Address:100 Avenue Road, London NW3
Phone:(020) 7586-9508 / -7118
Review:"Japanese-American chain with oppulent Teppan-Yaki dining."

London



Benihana (2)

Name:Benihana
Address:37 Sackville Street, London W1
Phone:(020) 7494-2525
Fax:(020) 7494-1456
Opened:Daily noon-midnight
Review:"Japanese-American chain with oppulent Teppan-Yaki dining."

London



Benihana (3)

Name:Benihana
Address:77 King´s Road, London SW3
Phone:(020) 7376-7799
Review:"Japanese-American chain with oppulent Teppan-Yaki dining."

London



Bento

Name:Bento
Address:70-72 Clapham Park Road, London, SW4 7BX
Phone:(020) 7622-3456
Review:" "
- Kokomi [January 13th 2003]

London



Bincho Yakitori

Name:Bincho Yakitori
Address:2nd floor, Oxo Tower, Barge House Street, London
Phone:(020) 7803-0858
Link:Restaurant Website

London



Bincho Yakitori (2)

Name:Bincho Yakitori (2)
Address:16 Old Compton Street, (Tube: Tottenham Court Road or Leicester Square), London W1D 4TL,
Phone:(020) 7287-9111
Review:"Second branch serving cooked-to-order yakitori and kushiyaki."
Link:Restaurant Website

London



Cafe Japan

Name:Cafe Japan
Address:626 Finchley Road, London NW11 / Golders Green tube
Phone:(020) 7455-6854
Opened:Mon-Sat:5.30-10.30pm
Reviews:"Prices are low, the service is impeccable and culinary standards are particularly high. The chef cooks and prepares everything at an open counter. Ebi Tempura is outstanding, vegetarian options are available."
"It is still serving food, despite other information."
- The Sushi World Guide Crew [April 17th 1998]

London



Chisou

Name:Chisou
Address:4 Princes Street, London, W1B 2LE
Phone:(020) 7629-3931
Opened:Mon-Sat: Noon - 2.30pm, 6pm - 10.30pm
Reviews:" "
- Kokomi [January 13th 2003]
"Excellent choice if you want traditional Japanese cuisine in the heart of London. Almost only Japanese customers plus a few regulars. The chef prepares fine sushi behind the counter and the menu offers delicious dishes like tuna tataki. "
- Sushi World Guide Crew [August 24th 2004]

London



Dai-chan

Name:Dai-chan
Address:18 Frith Street, London, W1V 5TS
Phone:(020) 7494-3878
Review:" "
- Kokomi [January 13th 2003]

London



Daks Café Sushi Bar

Name:Daks Café Sushi Bar
Address:34 Jermyn Street, London, SW1
Phone:(020) 7529-9806
Review:" "
- Kokomi [January 14th 2003]

London



Daruma-san

Name:Daruma-san
Address:356 Regents Park Road, London N3
Phone:(020) 8343-2608
Review:" "
- Kokomi [January 14th 2003]

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Defune

Name:Defune
Address:34 George Street, London, W1
Phone:(020) 7935-8311
Opened:Mon-Sat: Noon-2.30pm, 6pm-11pm, Sun: 6pm-11pm
Review:" "
- Kokomi (shinigamis_miko_07@hotmail.com) [January 14th 2003]

London



Donzoko

Name:Donzoko
Address:15 Kingly St., London W1
Phone:(020) 7734-1974
Opened:Mon-Fri: noon-2.30pm, 6-10.30pm, Sat-Sun: 5-10pm
Review:"It´s a useful cheap lunch spot, at night it´s more like an izakaya (a japanese pub), No set dinners but dozens of individual dishes to choose from."

London



Edokko Sushi Bar & Restaurant

Name:Edokko Sushi Bar & Restaurant
Address:50 Red Lion Street, London WC1R 4PF
Phone:(020) 7242-3490
Opened:Open at lunch times only (no weekends)
Reviews:"The sushi is top quality and the prices (set meals) are very reasonable. The upper private seating area is rather small, but the quality of the food and service makes up for this. "
- Stephen Grayston (grayston@shindoryu.org) [July 13th 2002]
"Fantastic place to go. Great food,exceptional quality, one of the best japanese restaurant I've been to - and that is comparing it to those I've been to in Tokyo! The service is brilliant even when the japanese waiters/waitresses don't speak very fluent English. It's always packed with japanese people, and is fun to sit in an authetic japanese decor. If the film 'Karate Kid' is one your childhood favourite, you got to visit this place, as it is the splitting image of Mr. Myagi's place and the sushi chef looks just like Mr.Myagi himself! I love this place, if only it will open on weekend as well! "
- Kabbage [January 5th 2003]
"The members of Essex Anglo-Japanese Society have just voted Edokko as 'Best Sushi Restaurant' in London. "
- Stephen Grayston (chairman) (chair@eajs.org.uk) [August 2nd 2004]

London



Feng Sushi

Name:Feng Sushi
Address:218 Fulham Road, London, SW10
Phone:(020) 7795-1900
Review:" "

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Fluid

Name:Fluid
Address:40 Charterhouse Street, London,EC1M 6JN
Phone:(020) 7253-3444
Fax:(020) 7608-2777
Opened:Mon, Tue, Wed: noon-midnight Thu,Fri: noon-2pm,Sat 7pm-2am,Sun noon-10pm
Reviews:"Sitting pretty in the heart of clubland, Fluid is a bar with an eye on club culture. The decor is modern and industrial, on two floors, providing an intimate atmosphere for the discerning clubber. On the ground floor a mix of sofas and armchairs fight for space with the retro Japanese arcade games, while the intimate basement bar hosts an exciting blend of club nights and multi-media offerings. Open until 2a.m. the drinks list boasts a great Japanese bottled beer selection, envigorating cocktails and a quirky fruit-driven wine list. Fluid is targeted towards the serious drinker. The chefs create fresh hand-made sushi at lunch time and evening with a good choice of vegetarian pieces providing the perfect accompaniment to the “chilled out” atmosphere. "
- James Goodman (james@fluidbar.com) [September 26th 2001]
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Link:Restaurant/Bar Website

London



Fujisan

Name:Fujisan
Address:326 Balham High Road, London, SW 17 7AA
Phone:(020) 8682-1777
Review:" "
- Kokomi [February 10th 2003]

London



Fujiyama

Name:Fujiyama
Address:7 Vining Street, Brixton, London, SW9
Phone:(020) 7737-2369
Review:" "
- Kokomi [Februray 10th 2003]

London



Gili Gulu

Name:Gili Gulu
Address:50/52 Monmouth Street, London WC2H 9DG
Phone:(020) 7379-6888
Fax:(020) 7379-9888
Opened:Mon-Thu: Noon - 3pm,5.30pm -11pm,Fri,Sat: Noon-11.30pm,Sun:noon-10.30pm
Reviews:"Another sushi kaiten (conyeyor belt) restaurant in the heart of Soho."
- THE SUSHI WORLD GUIDE CREW [April 10th 1999]
"Have visited several kaiten sushi restaurantin London, but this is one of the worse sushi I have ever eaten. The restaurant is run by chinese people, they have quite different way of managing a restaurant. No service and presentation of the sushi not to mention the quality. However, it was very crowded when I was there. Have your own visit and see if I was right. "
- Steve Tan (stevet@dds.nl) [April 13th 2001]
"Actually one of the best sushi places we've been to. We go on every visit to London. For about 13.50 GPB all you can eat from the conyeyor and the noodle bar its unpretentious and fantastic value. "
- Linus Atpug [Sept 25th 2003]

London



Ginnan

Name:Ginnan Japanese Restaurant
Address:Rosebery Court, Rosebery Avenue, London
Phone:(020) 7278-0008
Reviews:"Excellent lunch, very comfortable restaurant, esp. of working lunches."
- Dr. Sajeda Meghji (s.meghji@ucl.ac.uk) [April 3rd 1998]
"A very hidden restaurant that I found difficult to find, but worth it when you do! I love the food here and find myself comming back time after time. All my mates love it too, which is lucky as I keep dragging them back for more! The chefs appetisers are especially good and are a surprize each time! A great place to go if you don't know much about Japanese Food as the staff are very friendly and helpful. Not too expensive either. I love it! "
- Izzy (Issobel@aol.com) [March 25th 2002]

London



Ginnan

Name:Ginnan
Address:1-2 Rosebery Court, 36A Rosebery Avenue, London, EC1R
Phone:(020) 7278-0008
Review:" "

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Gonbei

Name:Gonbei
Address:151 King's Cross Road, London, WC1X
Phone:(020) 7278-0619
Review:" "
- Kokomi [February 10th 2003]

London



Hamine CLOSED !

Name:Hamine CLOSED !
Address:84 Brewer Street, London W1 / Picadilly Circus tube
Phone:(020) 7439-0785
Fax:(020) 7287-1319
Opened:Mon-Fri: noon-2.30am, Sat: noon-1.30am, Sun: noon-midnight
Review:"One of the best noodle houses in London. Choose, order and pay first at counter. No credit cards. Japanese style noodle, dumpling and curry. You can hire the first floor for a karaoke party."

London



Harrod´s

Name:Harrod´s
Address:Harrod´s Food Department,Knightsbridge, London
Phone:(020) 7730-1234 etxt.2203
Review:"At Harrod´s you can find a sushi bar (branch of Noto) at the food department. Rather normal price. But you can also buy a lunchbox (medium 5.99 Pounds), which is perfect for a picnic in Hyde Park !"
- Lennart Bergstr

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Hi Sushi

Name:Hi Sushi
Address:40 Frith Street, London W1V 5TF
Phone:(020) 7734-9688
Fax:(020)7734-9882
Opened:Daily: Noon - 11pm
Review:"In the heart of Soho a very reasonable restaurant. Sushi Counter at the ground floor and tables downstairs."
- The Sushi World Guide Crew [April 17th 1998]

London



Hi Sushi

Name:Hi Sushi Hampstead
Address:16 Hampstead High Street, London NW3
Phone:(020) 7794-2828
Review:" "
- Kokomi [February 11th 2003]

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Hiroko

Name:Hiroko
Address:179-199 Holland Park Avenue, London Kensington Hilton
Phone:(020) 7603-5003
Review:"20 years old. Pot-cooked dishes, but fish is the strength. Sushi o la carte is expensive, better value is the sushi lunch."

London



I-thai

Name:I-thai
Address:31-35 Craven Hill Gardens, London, W2 3EA
Phone:(020) 7298-9000
Review:" A thai, french and japanese fusion "
- Kokomi [January 13th 2003]

London



Ichi Riki

Name:Ichi Riki Sushi House
Address:17 B Strutton Ground, Victoria, London SW1 P 2HY
Phone:(0207) 233-1701
Fax:(0207) 931-8306
Opened:Monday- Friday only!
Review:" Opened in January 1997. Air-Conditioned basement restaurant serving traditional sushi and a variety of other dishes,popular with local business men at lunchtime and with a loyal local following of an evening. "
- Paul Swindley ( ichiriki1@hotmail.com) [November 6th 2000]

London



Ichiban Sushi

Name:Ichiban Sushi
Address:58A Atlantic Road, London, SW9
Review:" "
- Kokomi [February 11th 2003]

London



Ikeda

Name:Ikeda
Address:30 Brook Street, London
Phone:(020) 7629-2730
Review:"Not as good since they redecorated and a little overpriced. Service is excellent when they are not too busy, although sometimes the kitchen can´t cope with a ´full´ house. Meals are satisfying. The clientel is largely Japanese. Bring your own atmosphere and you can have a pleasant and relaxing meal."
- (rjh@demon.net) [March 30th 1998]

London



Ikkyu

Name:Ikkyu
Address:67 Tottenham Court Road, London W1 / Goodge St. tube
Phone:(020) 7636-9280
Opened:Mon-Fri: noon-2.30pm, Mon-Fri,Sun: 6-10.30pm , closed sat.
Reviews:"Robatayaki. It has a longer menu and tastes more authentic than the new branch in Chinatown (see there). Over 40 ryori(one-pot cooking) dishes like nikku jyaga. Not cheap but reasonable priced for the quality."
"Ikkyu is not related to Ikkyu of Chinatown. In fact, they are millions of miles apart. This is a purveyor of real Japanese food, the one in Chinatown is a terrible tourist trap."
- (simona.com@bigmailbox.net) [March 1st 2002]
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Ikkyu (2)

Name:Ikkyu of Chinatown
Address:7-8 Newport Place, London WC1 / Leicester Squ. tube
Phone:(020) 7439-3554
Fax:(020) 7734-1503
Reviews:"Sushi bar, regular stools and a tatame room for 10. Try the lunchboxes. A useful place for pre- and post shopping or cinema dining. They also offer all-you-can-eat."
- THE SUSHI WORLD GUIDE CREW [April 10th 1999]
"The food here is terrible. Do not get confused by the name: it has nothing to do with the excellent Ikkyu on Tottenham Court Road. "
- (simona.com@bigmailbox.net) [March 1st 2002]

London



Inaho

Name:Inaho
Address:4 Hereford Road, London W2 / Bayswater tube
Phone:(020) 7221-8495
Opened:Mon-Fri: 12.30-2.30pm, Mon-Sat: 7-11pm
Review:"Tiny restaurant with short menu. What is offered is cooked well and at reasonable prices. Quaint, cosy and popular."

London



Isaribi

Name:Isaribi
Address:134 Wardour Street, London
Phone:(020) 7437-3027
Opened:Noon-2.30pm, 6pm - 11pm

London



Isohama

Name:Isohama
Address:312 Vauxhall Bridge Road, London SW1 / Victoria tube
Phone:(020) 7834-2145
Fax:(020) 7233 7743
Review:"Close to Victoria station. Best values are set lunches. Fine menu, shame about the surroundings."

London



Itsu (2)

Name:Itsu
Address:103 Wardour Street (Soho), London W1V 3TD
Phone:(020) 7479-4794
Fax:(020) 7479-4795
Opened:Mon-Fri: Noon -3.30pm, 6pm-11pm, Sat: Noon-Midnight,Sun: Noon-10pm
Reviews:" Very trendy restaurant, very nice interior. Not so much different sushi, quality was not special and quite expensive. Come for the ambiance not for the sushi. "
- Steve Tan ( stevet@dds.nl) [April 13th 2001]
"Second outlet of Itsu.It is noisier and frequented by younger people compared to the original Itsu. The Kaitenrestaurant offers five different plates (White:£1.95, Red:2.50,Black:2.75,Silver: 2.95,Gold:3.45). 'New Style Sashimi', 'Fresh crab with chili dip' and 'Spiced tuna' are excellent. 'Tofu and sweetcorn roll', 'Shiitake and sesame', 'Prawns and green beans', 'Prawns and asian pesto' and 'Coriander-crawfish handroll' are also worth a try. For soups they serve chicken-coconut, chicken-gyoza-spinach, shiitake-quaileggs,organic-salmon-miso. For drinks its also selfservice out of the large refrigerators on one wall (like in a supermarket). For hot sake and tea there is a selfservice station. It certainly is worth going there, though not for traditional sushi, but the nouvelle Japanese inventions (which are constantly changed iver the months). "
- SUSHI WORLD GUIDE [May 25th 2001]
Link:Restaurant Website

London



Itsu (former t´su)

Name:Itsu (former t´su)
Address:118 Draycott Avenue, London, SW3 3AE
Phone:(020) 7584-5522
Fax:(020) 7581-8716
Opened:Mon-Sat: Noon - 11pm, Sun: Noon - 10pm
Reviews:"This is the newest and most expensive of the kaiten restaurants in London. They mix traditional sushi with some pretty unusual dishes of various kinds. The food is interesting and very good. It is a pleasure to sit by the conveyor belt and watch the plates with exciting food pass you by. The fish is fresh and there unlike most other places in London they only have a few plates on the belt ensuring the food being really fresh. The desserts are various kinds of sorbets, ice creams and fresh fruit. I can recommend this restaurant if you are up for something new and interesting and if you can put up with 20 pounds a head for a meal. However if you are a traditionalist or dislike trendy and pretentious sushi places, t´su is problably not for you."
- Sven Junkergard (sjunkergard@mail.amsinc.com) [January 10th 1999
"T´su changed its name to Itsu because customers had problems with pronouncation. It is the same place and offers an excellent quality of kaiten. It is not classical sushi (though they offer maguro, sake and ebi) but another ´Nouvelle Japanese´ how I would call it. They have four different prices for their plates (white is 2.50 pounds, red is 2.95, black is 3.25, gold is 3.50) Try ´seared salmon sushi with sesame seeds´ for 2.50, have ´beef carpaccio with tsu herb pesto´ for 2.95, then a plain ´tuna sushi´ for 3.25, have an excellent ´seared tuna with ginger mustard sauce´ and finish with a ´mango brandy snap´ for dessert. Don´t forget to count your plates, it is not the cheapest place but worth it (forget the spinach with sesame sauce,too much sauce). "
- THE SUSHI WORLD GUIDE CREW [April 10th 1999]
"Itsu is still excellent. It is not classical sushi (though they offer maguro, sake and ebi) but another ´Nouvelle Japanese´ how I would call it. They have four different prices (which haven't changed for more than a year!) for their plates (White is 2.50 pounds, Red is 2.95, Black is 3.25, Gold is 3.50). Try ´crab avocado sushi´ for 2.50, have ´beef carpaccio with tsu herb pesto´ for 2.95, then a plain ´tuna sushi´ for 3.25, have an excellent ´seared tuna with ginger mustard sauce´ for 3.50 and finish with a ´Pineapple-Coconut or a creme brulee' for dessert. Other dishes worth mentioning are 'Marinated salmon and chives', a nice 'smoked fish roll' and hot dishes like 'Bonito duck broth' or 'Beef and black beans in a mango sauce'. The hot dishes are on little stoves on the kaiten. Behind the counter three chefs are constantly preparing fresh dishes (as well as some dishes are pre-prepared in a different kitchen) and put them on the kaiten. As there is always a constant flow of customers, most dishes hardly make one round. For drinks they offer all sorts of soft drinks as well as beer, sake and a good wine list. Don´t forget to count your plates, it is not the cheapest place but definitely worth it. As they don't take reservations, they give you a beeper and you can wait in the upstairs bar."
- THE SUSHI WORLD GUIDE CREW [May 5th 2000]
Link:See Author's Favourites
Other related Links:Restaurant Website

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Japanese Canteen

Name:Japanese Canteen
Address:394 St. John Street, London EC1 / Angel tube
Phone:(020) 7833-3222
Opened:Mon-Fri: noon-2.30pm, 6-11pm, Sat-Sun:1-11pm
Review:"Don´t expect authentic japanese food in this former pub, they serve standard bento boxes, sushi plates and noodle soup."

London



Japanese Restaurant

Name:Japanese Restaurant & Karaoke Bar
Address:19 Percy Street, London W1
Phone:(020) 7436-4139
Review:"Sushi Bar, Karaoke, Take away."

London



Jin Kichi

Name:Jin Kichi
Address:73 Heath Street, London NW3 / Hampstead tube
Phone:(020) 7794 6158
Opened:Mon,Wed-Sun:6-11.30pm, Sat-Sun:noon-2.30pm
Review:"Mainly a grill with a wide variety of skewers like standard yakitori, liver, pork, shishamo, delicious flavors cooked to perfection on the grill in the centre of the ground-floor dining area. Excellent for a round of diff. skewers"

London



Kanpai

Name:Kanpai
Address:26 Penton Street, London, N1
Phone:(020) 7833-1380
Review:" "

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Kikuchi

Name:Kikuchi
Address:14 Hanway Street, London, W1T
Phone:(020) 7637-7720
Review:" "

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Koi

Name:Koi
Address:Le palace gate, London, W8
Phone:(020) 7581-8778

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Komatsu

Name:Komatsu Sushi Bar & Cafe
Address:40 Great Windmill Street, London W1V 7PA
Phone:(020) 7287-5298
Opened:Mon-Sunday
Review:"Sushi Bar and Take away."

London



Koto

Name:Koto
Address:The Grange Holborn Hotel , 50-60 Southampton Row, London, WC1B
Phone:(020) 7831-9244
Review:" "

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Kulu Kulu

Name:Kulu Kulu
Address:76 Brewer St., London W1
Phone:(020) 7734-7316
Fax:(020) 7734-6507
Opened:Mon-Fri: noon-2.30pm/ 5-10pm Sat: noon-4pm/5-10pm closed Sund.
Reviews:"Another kaiten (conveyor belt) sushi place. Each dish you take from the belt usually holds two pieces of sushi. The kaiten constantly being overlooked by the chefs to fulfil also special requests. Three prices (1.20,1.80,2.40) are making things easy for the customer. At the end your plates are counted and you pay by the door. Nonsmoking and takeaway service"
" Small kaiten restaurant, but an A+. You have to try their oester, delicious. Quality and assortment are very rich and for good money. It makes any sushi lover smiles.... "
- Steve Tan (stevet@dds.nl) [April 13th 2001]

London



Kura

Name:Kura
Address:3/4 Park Close, London, SW1X
Phone:(020) 7581-1820
Review:" "

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Little Japan

Name:Little Japan
Address:32 Thurloe Street, London, SW7
Review:" "

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Makiyaki

Name:Makiyaki
Address:149, Merton Road, Wimbledon,London SW19 1ED
Phone:(020) 8540-3113
Review:"Opened in July 2002. Fantastic authentic little restaurant. Sit at the bar and watch the sushi made. Very reasonable and friendly. I used to live in Tokyo and so glad to have found this on my doorstep. "
- John Flemming (johnflemming@blueyonder.co.uk) [August 9th 2002]

London



Masako

Name:Masako
Address:6-8 Christopher´s Place,London W1
Phone:(020) 7486-1399
Fax:(020) 7935-9752
Opened:Mon-Sat: noon-2.30pm, 6-10pm, closed Sund.
Review:"Good service and nice location, but quite poor quality of food"

London



Matsu

Name:Matsu
Address:558 Mile End Road, London, E3 4PL
Phone:(020) 8983-3528
Review:" "

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Matsuri

Name:Matsuri
Address:15 Bury Street, London SW1 / Picadilly Circus tube
Phone:(020) 7839 1101
Fax:(020) 7930 7010
Opened:Mon-Sat:noon-2.30pm, 6-10pm
Review:"Teppanyaki is good, set lunches are good value, wine list is poor and too expensive."

London



Matsuri (2)

Name:Matsuri (2)
Address:71 High Holborn, London, WC1V 6EA,
Phone:(020) 7430-1970
Fax:(020) 7430-1971
Opened:Mon-Fri: 12-3pm ,6pm-9.30pm, Sat: Noon-3pm,6pm-9pm
Review:" Gorgeous sushi that puts most of the stuff in London to shame, even if it does come at a price. (And Kurokawa the chef is a cutie!) "
- Isobel (mizzibelle@hotmail.com) [February 13th 2003]

London



Misato

Name:Misato
Address:11 Wardour St., London W1
Phone:(020) 7734-0808
Opened:Daily: Noon-3pm , 6-10.30pm
Reviews:"Budget branch of Miyama with good quality (bargain bento boxes as well as well cut sashimi)"
"This place is great. I havent tried many other Japanese joints in London yet but this place has some of the best tempura I have tasted period, and lots of it too (go for a lunch time special). It has better Californian roll than 95% of the restaurants I ate at in San Francisco, although the size of the pieces is smaller, but hey - its cheap enough to order 12 pieces. Go here for lunch, get the tempura special and some roll, and expect to come away with change from £10 and thats after the tip. "
- Dave (dave.geffin@btinternet.com) [May 11th 2001]

London



Mitsukoshi

Name:Mitsukoshi
Address:Dorland House 14-20 Lower Regent Street London SW1 / Picadilly Circus tube
Phone:(020) 7930-0317
Fax:(020) 7839-1167
Opened:Mon-Sat: noon-2pm
Review:"Sushi bar, tatami room, main dining area. Menu has only basic translations into english, most customers are japanese. The food is of the finest quality you´ll find in London, but prices are daunting."

London



Miyama

Name:Miyama
Address:38 Clarges Street, London W1 / Green Park tube
Phone:(020) 7493-3807 or 7499-2443
Fax:(020) 7493-1573
Review:"Set Meal lunch is cheap, portions are sufficient. o la carte sushi is pricey, but the hamachi (yellowtail) is worth it. TeppanYaki grill downstairs. Evening prices higher than lunch."

London



Momo

Name:Momo
Address:Queens Drive, Ealing
Phone: (020) 8997-0206
Review:" Not just sushi but all kinds of really excellent Japanese food. Very friendly owner. You really need to book to get a table as it is very popular with local Japanese families. "
- Jane Akshar (jane.akshar@csfb.com) [March 5th 2001]

London



Moshi Moshi Sushi

Name:Moshi Moshi Sushi
Address:Unit 24 Liverpool street station, London EC2
Phone:(020) 7247-3227
Fax:(020) 7247-3227
Opened:Mon-Fri: 11.30 am - 9.30pm
Review:"Sushi bar with a conveyor belt(kaiten)running around it, carrying morsels of fish to be picked off."
Link:Restaurant Website

London



Moshi Moshi Sushi (2)

Name:Moshi Moshi Sushi
Address:7-8 Limeburner Lane, London EC4
Phone:(020) 7248-1808
Opened:Mon-Fr: 11.30 am - 3.30 pm
Review:"Again a Kaiten (conveyor belt) sushi place. The quality of the sushi varies, especially with the westernised versions. It´s not a must.Whereas the original Moshi Moshi (Unit24 at Liverpool Street Station) is fabulous."
Link:Restaurant Website

London



Moshi Moshi Sushi (3)

Name:Moshi Moshi Sushi
Address:Canary Wharf Level 2, Cabot Place East, London E14 4QT
Phone:(020) 7512-9911
Opened:Mon - Fri 11.30am - 9.30pm
Link:Restaurant Website

London



Musha

Name:Musha
Address:133 Uxbridge Road, London W13 / Ealing Broadway tube
Phone:(020) 7566-3788
Fax:(020) 7566-3798
Opened:Mon,Wed-Sund: noon-2.30pm, 6-10.15pm
Reviews:"Eat-as-much-as-you-like teppan-yaki is Musha´s evening speciality. As well as teppan they have a long, varied menu. Dishes marked with ´J´ ´may be an aquired taste´ warns the menu."
"It is still serving food, despite other information !"
- The Sushi World Guide Crew [April 17th 1998]

London



My Tomo Noodle and Sushi Bar

Name:My Tomo Noodle and Sushi Bar
Address:70, Cannon Street, London EC4N 6AE
Phone:(0207) 248-3034
Opened:Mon - Fri: 11am - 9pm
Review:"Their food are absolutely fabulous,services are great too, you get free green tea as soon as sit down on the table and their price is cheap in the city, no wonder they're always packed at lunch time. "
- Amy (phan-luu@hotmail.co.uk) [June 26th 2007]

London



Nakamura

Name:Nakamura
Address:31 Marylebone Road, London, W13
Phone:(020) 7935-2931
Review:" "

London



Nambu-tei

Name:Nambu-tei
Address:209A Baker Street, London, NW1
Phone:(020) 7935-2931
Review:" "

London



Nippon Tuk

Name:Nippon Tuk
Address:165 Draycott Avenue, London SW3
Phone:(020) 7589-8464
Fax:(020) 7589-8465
Opened:Mon-Sat: noon-3pm, 6-11pm
Reviews:"Strange Japanese-Danish mixture. The menu is split between sushi,sashimi and smorrebrod. The mixture on the menu is worth a try in a restaurant with a modern rustic look."
"The restaurant is being renovated and will open again sometiem in May 1999 together with the adjacent Cafe O."
- THE SUSHI WORLD GUIDE CREW [April 10th 1999]

London



Nippon Tuk

Name:Nippon Tuk
Address:Hilton London Metropole, 225 Edgware Rd, London,W2 1JU
Phone:+ 44 (0) 207 616 6496
Fax:+ 44 (0) 207 616 7312
Review:"Opened in March 2004.When visiting this restaurant I was blown away with view, situated on the 23rd floor of the Hilton London Metropole you can see all over London. Whilst enjoying the view I was served what can be described as some of the freshest Sashimi I have tasted in a long time, the Salmon was a dream! The sushi was beautifully presented and equally tasty. A must for anyone with a love for London and Sushi. "
- Dino Portelli (portelli-dino@aramark.co.uk) [Mai 10th 204]
Link:

London



Nobu

Name:Nobu
Address:19 Old Park Lane ,London W1Y 4LB
Phone:(020) 7447-4747
Fax:(020) 7447-4749
Opened:Mon-Fri: nonn - 2.15pm, 6pm - 10.30pm, Sat: 6pm - 10.30pm
Reviews:"Very stylish and quite expensive but very inventive Japanese cuisine. Try the ´Omakase´ (Chef´s choice) for 50 pounds."
"Nobu is far from being a traditional Japanese restaurant. I would call it ´Nouvelle Japanese´. They do serve sushi but all other items on the menu are very different (though very tasteful) from classical Japanese cuisine. Starters like ´yellowtail with jalapeno and coriander´ or´Yellowtail tartar with caviar´ are really excellent dishes. ´Unagi Donburi´ a classic Japanese dish (eel on a bed of rice) is great. ´Spicy chicken skewer´ tastes more like tandoori (or peruvian, where Mr. Matsuhisa worked for years). The personal is attentive, but only one or two Japanese are working there. The wine list is excellent. It is VERY EXPENSIVE. So beware."
- THE SUSHI WORLD GUIDE CREW [April 10th 1999]
Link:Restaurant review

London



Noodles Republic

Name:Noodles Republic
Address:318 High Street , Sutton, London SM1
Phone:(020) 8661-6165
Review:" "

London



Noto Ramen House

Name:Noto Ramen House
Address:Bow Bells House,7 Bread Street, London EC4 / Bank,Mansion house tube
Phone:(020) 7329-8056
Opened:Mon - Fri: 11h30am - 9pm. Sat: 11.30 am-5.45pm
Review:"Noodle bar. Authentic ramen, unpretentious quick and warming fare in functional surroundings. Also take away sushi. All noodle dishes come in immense portions Unlicensed. No Credit Cards."

London



Pret a manger

Name:Pret a manger
Address:Everywhere throughout London
Opened:9am - 6pm
Review:"Not a restaurant but their sushi boxes are excellent value and can be found almost everywhere in London. There is a vegetarian and a deluxe box with a few pieces of nigiri and a few maki rolls at five pounds. The sushi is suprisingly fresh and nice. I have no idea how they manage to ship the sushi across London to all these sandwhich shops and keep it fresh and nice until you pick it up during your lunch hour."
- Sven Junkergard (sjunkerg@mail.amsinc.com) [January 10th 1999]

London



Saki

Name:Saki Japanese Restaurant
Address:82 Queensway, London, W2 3L
Phone:(020) 7229-7377,7229-2234
Reviews:"Great sushi and teriyaki. Close to most common hotels. Large sushi around 12 Pounds. Possible to order a la carte. Enjoy !"
- Lennart Bergström
"For anyone who's had real sushi, prepared to be disappointed. Quality is just slightly better than Yo! Sushi, but significantly more expensive. "
- Kayvon Pirestani [October 27th 2002]

London



Shogun

Name:Shogun
Address:Basement of Brittania Hotel, Adams Row, London W1 / Bond Street tube
Phone:(020) 7493-1255 / -1877
Opened:Tue-Sund: 6pm - 11pm.
Review:"Looks like a samurai fortress. Each set dinner has six clearly annotated, beautifully presented courses. Food comes in good-sized portions, quality is excellent, prizes are reasonable."

London



Soba

Name:Soba Noodle Bar
Address:38 Poland St., London W1V 3DA
Phone:(020) 7734-6400
Fax:(020) 7734-6464
Review:"Nothing fancy but a solid noodle bar"

London



Sumosan

Name:Sumosan
Address:26, Albemarle Street, London. W1S 4HY.
Phone:(020) 7495-5999
Fax:(020) 7355-1247
Link:Restaurant Website

London



Suntory

Name:Suntory
Address:72-73 St.James´s Street, London SW1 / Green Park tube
Phone:(020) 7409-0201
Fax:(020) 7499-0208
Opened:Mon-Sat: noon-2pm, 6-10pm
Review:"Famous and expensive. Food and service are unbeatable. Set lunches offer an affordable way of experiencing the menu."

London



Sushi Bar Gen

Name:Sushi Bar Gen
Address:243 West End Lane, London NW6
Phone:(020) 7431-4031
Fax:(020) 7431-1286
Opened:Daily:noon-3pm, 6-11pm
Reviews:"The menu list a bit of everything- sushi,sashimi, tempura, yakitori, katsu, noodles. Raw fish is the forte and prices are low if you stick to the setmeals, otherwise your bill will rise quickly"
"It still is in operation, despite other information !"
- The Sushi World Guide Crew [April 17th 1998]

London



Sushi Bar Gen (2)

Name:Sushi Bar Gen
Address:585 Fulham Road, London SW6
Phone:(020) 7610-2120
Review:"The menu list a bit of everything- sushisashimi, tempura, yakitor, katsu, noodles. Raw fish is the forte and prices are low."

London



Sushi Box

Name:Sushi Box
Address:110 Wandsworth Bridge Road, London
Phone:020 7736 5766
Fax:020 7736 5409
Review:" Opnend in September 2000. We have combined a traditional fish mongers with a sushi bar to generate a new concept. We have seating capacity of only 14. We have an excellent resident Japanese chef, EICO KANO, who has already established a devote following of sushi gourmets. Our resident and guest chefs, including master chefs that have prepared sushi for the Emperor of Japan, have all commented that they have never worked with such fresh fish. Our current record is Turbot, Sea Bass, Mackerel and Brill on the plate within five hours of being caught. We source fresh tuna straight from boats in Perth Western Australia and can have in on the plate within 24 hours. Our chefs only use the best quality rice freshly prepared. The combination is a must for dedicated sushi lovers. Our prices are very reasonable 2 pieces Toro Nigri = £3.00, 2 Pieces Salmon Nigri = £1.50. California Rolls (6 pieces) from £3.00. We do not have a license and we are happy for you to bring your own booze. Minimal corkage. We ha! ve a thriving takeaway business "
- John Morgan ( sushi_box@yahoo.co.uk) [November 15th 2000]

London



Sushi Hiro

Name:Sushi Hiro
Address:1 Station Parade, Uxbridge Road, London W5
Phone:(020) 8896-3175
Fax:(020) 8896-3209
Opened:Tue-Sun: 11am - 2pm, 4.30pm-9.30pm
Review:"This is a straight Japanese sushi place with great quality at reasonable prices and well worth a trip to Ealing."

London



Sushi Wong CLOSED !

Name:Sushi Wong CLOSED !
Address:38cd Kensington Church Street, London
Phone:(0207) 937-5007
Fax:(0207) 937-0670
Opened:Mon-Fri Noon-3pm,6pm-11pm, Sat: Noon-11pm, Sun: 6pm-10pm
Review:" Authentic Japanese Cuisine, highly rated London Japanese restaurant. Good reviews, a must for all Japanese food lovers. "
- Kim and Lim (SushiWongLondon@aol.com) [November 6th 2000]

London



Sushi-Say

Name:Sushi-Say
Address:33B Walm Lane, London NW2
Phone:(020) 8459-7512
Opened:Tue-Sun: 6-10.30pm
Review:"An extensive menu offers modern, innovative food. Run by chef/owner Katsuhara Shimizu, which used to work at Wakaba. Besides the tempura all dishes are of excellent quality. Sushi-Say is worth visiting for its unusual Japanese dishes."

London



Taro

Name:Taro
Address:61 Brewer Street, London W1
Phone:(020) 7734-5826
Fax:(020) 7287-7093
Review:"Nice small restaurant, easy to find, near Chinatown in London. The interior is simply, personal is very kind. Miso soup was excellent, nigiri sushi was average. Maguro was not very fresh. The price was midle ranged. Recommended in case of big hunger. "
- Peter Tibaut (peter.tibaut@moj.net) [March 16th 2004]

London



Tatsuso

Name:Tatsuso
Address:32 Broadgate Circle, London EC2 / Liverpool street tube
Phone:(020) 7638-5863
Fax:(020) 7638-5864
Opened:Lunch: 11h30am - 2h30pm; Dinner: 6h30pm - 9h45pm. Sat/Sun closed
Review:"Ground floor with teppan yaki, basement houses business-like restaurant. Very good quality but very expensive, mainly business people with expense accounts."

London



Ten Ten Tei

Name:Ten Ten Tei
Address:56 Brewer Street, London W1 / Picadilly Circus tube
Phone:(020)7287-1738
Fax:(020) 7434-2352
Review:"All around menu with sashimi, yakitori, tempura, ramen. Another branch is the Kulu Kulu"

London



Tokyo Diner

Name:Tokyo Diner
Address:2 Newport Place, London WC2 / Leicester tube
Phone:(020) 7287-8777
Fax:(020)7434-1415
Opened:Daily from noon to midnight
Reviews:"Sushi and sashimi portions are smallish, salmon fry bento and donburi dishes are ok. Prices are low, making this a great place for beginners. No bookings, No Credit Cards."
"Small like an Original, cheap, good eat, and fast service. I will go there every time i am in London."
- Eduard Laera (eduard.laera@munich.netsurf.de)

London



Touzai

Name:Touzai
Address:147-14 Curtain Road, Shoreditch, London
Phone:(020) 7739-4505
Opened:Mon-Sat: Noon -11pm
- Sai To (info@touzai.co.uk) [December 21st 2000]

London



Tsukushi CLOSED

Name:Tsukushi
Address:11 Kentish Town Road, London NW1 / Camden Town tube
Phone:(020) 7267-1086
Opened:Mon-Sat: 6-10pm
Review:"CLOSED since November 1997 !"
- The Sushi World Guide Crew [April 17th 1998]

London



T´su (see ITSU !)

Name:T´su (see ITSU !)
Address:118 Draycott Avenue, London SW 3
Phone:(020)7584-5522
Fax:(020) 7581-8716
Opened:Mon-Fri: 6pm - 11pm, Sat: noon - 11pm
Reviews:"Kaiten (conveyor belt) restaurant with unusual dishes. Not always pure Japanese but an interesting mixture of Japanese and Western appeal."
"This is the newest and most expensive of the kaiten restaurants in London. They mix traditional sushi with some pretty unusual dishes of various kinds. The food is interesting and very good. It is a pleasure to sit by the conveyor belt and watch the plates with exciting food pass you by. The fish is fresh and there unlike most other places in London they only have a few plates on the belt ensuring the food being really fresh. The desserts are various kinds of sorbets, ice creams and fresh fruit. I can recommend this restaurant if you are up for something new and interesting and if you can put up with 20 pounds a head for a meal. However if you are a traditionalist or dislike trendy and pretentious sushi places, t´su is problably not for you."
- Sven Junkergard (sjunkergard@mail.amsinc.com) [January 10th 1999]

London



Wagamama

Name:Wagamama
Address:4a Streatham Street (off Coptic str), London WC1A 1JB
Phone:(020) 7323-9223
Fax:(020) 7323-9224
Opened:Mon-Sat:noon-11pm, Sun:12.30-10pm
Reviews:"The WAGAMAMA is not just a restaurant, it´s a philosophy. Healthy food for healthy people. You have to queue for about 30 min. but it´s worth it, even it is not traditional cuisine. Superb bowls of ramen, soba and udon. Six restaurants so far in London and one in Dublin, Republic of Ireland."
"The WAGAMAMA restaurants are not classical Japanese restaurants, but offer excellent dishes based on Japanese Cuisine."
- THE SUSHI WORLD GUIDE CREW [April 10th 1999]
Link:Wagamama website

London



Wagamama (2)

Name:Wagamama
Address:10A Lexington St, London W1R 3HS
Phone:(020) 7292-0990
Fax:(020) 7734-1815
Opened:Mon-Sat: Noon-11pm, Sun:Noon-Midnight
Review:"Almost as popular as the main branch on Streatham Street. A visit here is much more relaxing. When you enter you pass by the huge kitchen where dozens of cooks are preparing noodle dishes of all kinds, following the stairs down you enter the huge dining area, where they serve great noodle dishes as well as yakitori and teriyaki. No reservations taken in this Soho place."
Link:Wagamama website

London



Wagamama (3)

Name:Wagamama
Address:101A Wigmore Street,London, W1H 9AB
Phone:(020) 7409-0111
Opened:Mon - Sat: Noon - 11pm, Sun: 12.30 pm - 10pm
Link:Wagamama Website

London



Wagamama (4)

Name:Wagamama
Address:11 Jamestown Road, London, NW1 7BW
Phone:(020) 7428-0800
Opened:Mon - Sat: Noon - 11pm, Sun: 12.30pm - 10pm
Review:" Camden Town branch close to the market."
- THE SUSHI WORLD GUIDE CREW [April 10th 1999]
Link:Wagamama Website

London



Wagamama (5)

Name:Wagamama (5)
Address:26A High Street, Kensington, London W8 4PW
Phone:(020) 7376-1717
Opened:Mon - Sat: Noon - 11pm, Sun: 12.30pm - 10pm
Link:Wagamama Website

London



Wagamama (6)

Name:Wagamama (6)
Address:Lower Ground Floor, Harvey Nichols, 109-125 Knightsbridge, London SW1X 7RJ
Phone:(020) 7201-8000
Opened:Mon - Sat: Noon - 11pm, Sun: 12.30pm - 10pm
Link:Wagamama Website

London



Wakaba

Name:Wakaba
Address:122A Finchley Road, London NW3 / Finchles Road tube
Phone:(020) 7586-7960 or 7722-3854
Opened:Mon-Sat: 6.30-11pm
Review:"The food is fresh an well prepared and offers a chnce to try exotic concoctions. Hamachi kama teriyaki (grilled head of yellowtail), hiyashi somen. The food is very good, but the portions are too tiny for the price."

London



Yaohan Plaza

Name:Yaohan Plaza Food Court
Address:Yaohan Plaza 399 Edgware Road, London NW9 / Colindale tube.
Phone:(020) 8200-0009
Fax:(020) 8200-0848
Opened:Mon-Thu,Sun: 10am-6.30pm, Fri-Sat: 10am-7.30pm
Reviews:"Yaohan Plaza is a vast Japanese shopping center. It caters primarily for London´s 30000 ex-pats. Canteen-style food court with several stalls: ATAMI, ATARI, DAIKICHI (also take-away sushi), RAMEN SETO, which serve snack food seldom seen outside Japan. No credit cards."
"We had Sushi/Tempura bento boxes from ATAMI for about 7 Pounds, great food, brilliant value and a selection of about 20 boxes most cheaper than the Sushi. Seating is difficult at crowded times."
- Adam Spencer (ads1@soton.ac.uk) [February 6th 1998]
"I'm sorry to say that since December 2002, the Noto Sushi Bar has become a 'Kaiten' establisment. It has lost the old atmosphere, and put the prices up dramatically. Size of the portions have reduced greatly, and extra seating has been putting in making for a very uncomfortable place indeed. Sad, very sad. "
- Stephen grayston (grayston@shindoryu.org) [February 13th 2003]

London



Yo! Sushi/Yo! Below

Name:Yo! Sushi/Yo! Below
Address:52 Poland Street, London
Phone:(020) 7287-0443 and (020) 7439-3660
Fax:(020) 7287-2324
Opened:noon - midnight
Reviews:"Longest sushi bar in the world (60m) with a conveyor belt (kaiten) serving 130 guests. For drinks service robots are moving around the restaurant where you can take your drink while the robot moves. You can choose sushi (2 pieces) from 5 different price categories. Therefore the plates have 5 different colors matching the prices(lime:1.30, blue 1.60, purple 1.90, orange 2.50, pink 3.5o). There is also a list with specials behind the counter where you can order from the chefs clams (pink) or salmon/avocado handrolls (orange)etc. This is high tech sushi at its best.Depending at what time you arrive, you have to queue, no reservations taken"
"Still a funny place for a late night sushi feast."
- The Sushi World Guide Crew [April 17th 1998]
"Yo! Below is the basemant part of YO! Sushi. Not as crowded as the Ground floor."

London



Yoshino

Name:Yoshino
Address:5, Piccadilly Place, London, W1V 9PD
Phone:(0171) 287-1733
Review:"Doesn't appear on many lists and found it by accident. On a side street off Picadilly (north side). Small sushi bar on ground floor, tables on ground and first floor. Cosy little place, good service, simple but tasty sushi - will be returning. "
- Gary (gary@netgio.com) [February 11th 2003]

London



Yuzo

Name:Yuzo The Sushi Bar
Address:5 Monmouth Street, London
Phone:(020) 7836-3734
Opened:Mon-Thur: noon-3.30pm, 6pm-11pm, Fri-Sat: noon-11pm,closed sund.
Review:"Mainly sushi prepared at the tiny sushi bar in the basement of this restaurant with two other floors. The sushi bar is run by an Arab sushi chef called Mohammed. The quality of the fish is good, though the portions are quite tiny. Prices for two pieces vary from 2 pounds - 5 pounds. The interior looks a bit like a 50´s bar in a french film and it seems fashion people from around like the place. The service is fast and nice and they offer private functions and other bookings."

London



Zipangu

Name:Zipangu Japanese Noodle Restaurant
Address:8 Little Newport Street, London WC2H 7JJ
Phone:(020) 7437-5042
Opened:Mon-Sat: Noon - 11.30pm,Sun: Noon - 10.30pm
Reviews:"Zipangu is a little noodle restaurant with every dish for less than 3.50. Convenient if your feet are tired from walking in the area around Leicester Sq."
"Despite other information it's not closed and has evolved into much more than a noodle bar! Check it out!"
- Dean (dean@ahen.freeserve.co.uk) [July 8th 2000]

London




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