Done out in sultry shades, with bright red lanterns and floral displays adding a few splashes of colour, it offers the full range of nigiri, cone-shaped temaki rolls, gar kan (‘battleship’ rolls) and sashimi, but that’s just the beginning. Take a trip through the long menu and you’ll also find a clutch of gyoza dumplings (including an intriguing ‘pizza ‘ version), yakitori skewers, soups, salads and tempura as well as some specialist grills and stir-fries ranging from marinated black cod to salmon head on a bed of salt. One-plate noodle dishes and bowls of donburi rice are handy for a quick fix, set lunches are great value, and there’s even a proper kid’s menu.
£26 to £40
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