Finally a sushi place that’s got amazing sushi that’s about the fish and not a ton of rice with a film of fish. The fish is the main star here people.
The starters are nice and fresh and the so is the sushi which you can see when you enter this small restaurant. Not much of a looker, the place looks like an old cafe from outside but it’s a diamond in rough. It was refreshing to see the variety and the style. The fried chicken balls and dumplings were amazing and the seared sushi platter became my favourite at moment I saw the chef making it.
It is on the pricey side of things but I’d recommend this place if you want good sushi in London.