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  • 1

    Nobu

    23 reviews

    Nobu brings haute California Sushi cuisine to foreign shores with multiple locations throughout London, including this one in Mayfair. As always, it's superb with some of the best and innovative sushi dishes to be found anywhere.

    Popular withBusinessFoodiesLuxury
  • 2

    SushiSamba

    9 reviews

    The service and surroundings absolut.incredible.It was an amazing birthday so far.

    Popular withLuxuryFoodiesBusiness
  • 3

    Zuma

    9 reviews

    Japanese restaurant, great vibe - good to watch the crowd, nice bar to hang out, good food though overpriced.

    Popular withLuxuryTrendstersBusiness
  • 4

    Dinings

    5 reviews

    God, the sushi here is good. It's a tiny little six table place with some fresh, fresh fish in melty little bites. And they say the food isn't good in England.

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  • 5

    Shiro Sushi

    5 reviews

    I made Sushis. It was very fun!!

  • 6

    Yo! Sushi

    7 reviews

    Don't be fooled by the long lines and trendy conveyor belt set up. We took one look at the price list an walked out. From what I've heard about the quality of the food served, we made the right choice. You can do better.

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  • 7

    Satsuma

    5 reviews

    Good sushi, bento and noodle dishes, always busy but a great place to grab a quick meal with friends.

  • 8

    Wagamama (Covent Garden)

    I haven't had a bad Wagamama meal yet. Covent Gardens branch is very similar to the others, its good, fast and pretty good value for London. The restaurant is in the basement of 1 Tavistock Street, but dont let this put you off. With friendly staff, fast service even when busy its a great place for a quick bite. The ...

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  • 9

    Tokyo Diner

    Seems that whenever I am in Chinatown, I pass by this place. Since I often go to Chinatown to get my Chinese fix, I have been ignoring this place until today. This is a very down to earth diner. The food is well prepared and delicious. You can get Bento, noodles, sushi, and your standard Japanese starter dishes here. My ...

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  • 10

    Itsu - Regent Street

    Itsux. The fish in the sushi has probably never even touched the sea. Even its convenience to the office won't tempt me to make the fatal error of stepping in again. The Japan Centre next door is just as bad.

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  • 11

    Tonkotsu

    5 reviews

    When the weather is as cold and dreary as the one in London, you want something hot and comforting. Ramen is my go-to on a rainy day. The Tonkatsu ramen was good, but not great. The broth could be much thicker and more flavorful, but it does the trick. The agedashi tofu is quite yummy. Oh, I need to mention ...

    Popular withFoodiesBudgetBackpackers
  • 12

    Sake no Hana restaurant

    3 reviews

    We really enjoyed this place. Not only was the sushi great but we also loved the atmosphere. The wooden sculpture ceiling throughout really added uniqueness to the space.

  • 13

    Inamo

    3 reviews

    Good Japanese food, but the star of the show here is the interactive ordering via touchscreen table top. No more waiting to order or get your bill! Entertaining for kids too, especially if they are the gadget-y type.

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  • 14

    Itsu - Finsbury Square

    When in London and I want a quick bite of sushi i will always head to Itsu. Now a chain, you can find them all over London. Conveyor belt style sushi. Their sushi is good and love their creme brulee. Also scene of one of the spy assassinations of modern time. Polonium was dropped in the Russian spy's sushi!!! Makes ...

  • 15

    Tsunami

    2 reviews

    japanese, just so class, u'll feel like a princess!

  • 16

    Bincho Yakitori

    3 reviews

    Cosy yakitori place in central London, with charcoal grill bar. Selection of yakitories is good and they are all delicious. Also good selection of sakes. Stuff is friendly and helpful.

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  • 17

    Aqua Kyoto

    2 reviews

    13/20; Food 7/10, Ambience 3/5, Service 3/5. Manic restaurant with even more manic bar attached. Definitely only a place if you are up for a really lively night out & take full advantage of their cocktail list. Just don't go too far down that list before you've tasted the food because, in contrast to many other palaces of excesses of ...

  • 18

    Koya

    2 reviews

    It is a very solid Japanese udon noodle bar. It is a quite intimate place with only bar seating and you can watch the chefs cook your meal, which I really like. I am usually not a big fan of udon noodle, but I like their duck udon. The thick udon noodle is cooked just right and the broth is ...

    Popular withLocalBudgetStudents
  • 19

    Soseki Restaurant

    2 reviews

    This is one of the un-known little gems of sushi restaurants but the best ever for quality fish that is always sustainable.

  • 20

    Jinkichi Ltd

    2 reviews

    This really is some of the best sushi in london. A very casual hole in the wall. Nothing fancy. Yakitori bar. Reservations a must.

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