144 Drummond Street, Regent's Park, London, NW1 2PA
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+44 (0)20 7388 9962
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Sushi Of Shiori
144 Drummond StreetRegent's ParkLondonNW1 2PA
- +44 (0)20 7388 9962
- Public transport:
- Euston Square, Underground
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Definitely some of the best sushi I've had in a long time (in London). Tiny restaurant with 7-8 seats, and the menu is very simple centred around sushi. There's also omasake (chef's selection) with a bit more variety, but you definitely won't find tonkatsu at this place!
I pre-ordered the canape tasting plate (£28) upon recommendation by a friend of mine - highly recommended. The sushis are...more
This tiny place should not be described as a hole in the wall because it is immaculate.
It is crisp and clean.
Three seats at the bar, one table for two, one table for four.
Menu is simple--just pure sushi--none of these fancy Western-inspired rolls. Just pure good fish.
The waitress/owner is absolutely darling.
The fish is excellent and fresh and the sushi rice is the best I've ever...more
My wife and I wanted to eat some sushi this weekend. We had a bad experience at Roka recently where the sushi was prepared by sushi chef lacking in technique and the fish itself wasn't particularly good. We've found places like Roka and Zuma are often style over substance with the exception of their grilled dishes but sushi isn't their strong point. I'd describe us as hardcore sushi fanatics...more
I didn't know what it meant to have sushi melt in your mouth until Sushi of Shiori...if you're curious too, you really must come here and try!!
I went to Japan earlier this year and I must have picked the wrong sushi bars cause even their fish weren't as fresh as Shiori's. Honestly, it was that good albeit expensive but soo worth it. I had the lunch sashimi platter and every single item was...more
I was introduced to this place by a friend some time ago now and have been going there several times now. All sushis are made with love and authentic. It's a tiny place and maybe lacking atmosphere but the everything they make is very Japanese and creative. Quirky service. I highly recommend.more