Really delicious and, most importantly when it comes to sushi, FRESH food. Staff are pleasant and quick. Not much elbow room, as they've shoved as many tables and chairs as possible into this small space, but somehow it doesn't bother me. One thing that does annoy me is they are quite strict when it comes to how long you can use the table for. They start to get finicky once you've gone over an...more
Top Sushi Restaurant of London at a very good price.
The food is really amazing, some flavor are really feeling like you're in japan. The restaurant is managed by Japanese staff, it probably helps.
The room at the back is not so comfy but you go there for the food first.
Taste is what matters and you won't be disappointed here !more
I've now ventured into take out proper sushi (like raaawwww fish RAAAWWWWHHHH!) and even ate in there (erm... yes. Super hungover. BUT I WAS THERE!)
What can I say?
Raw Fish- meh. I will definitely still be organising my sushi life around atari-ya or only order cooked rolls here out of desperation and/or laziness.
Lunch- service was a bit hectic and slow but both the chicken...more
Great little sushi spot. This is average sushi fare. Nothing to extra ordinary but a great place to grab a bite to eat. We came with a party of 6 and all enjoyed ourselves, however no one had a food orgasm or anything of that nature.
The decor was very simple.
This place appears to be run by authentic Japanese even though they feature many westernized rolls.more
Since I moved to London, I have been looking for a go-to sushi spot that isn't too pricey and has fresh, quality sushi with a menu that has both authentic rolls as well as some fusiony/inventive rolls. So far, Eat Tokyo is the best place to satisfy all of those wants.
Eat Tokyo is a small restaurant situated just off the hustle and bustle of Notting Hill Gate. They have an extensive menu...more