Sushi No En is a fine dining Japanese restaurant in Aldgate East, heart of East London. We offer the highest quality fresh sushi as well as a range of innovative and traditional dishes such as Ankimo Ponzu (Monkfish liver in Ponzu sour saurce), Dobinmushi (Japanese seafood soup served in tea pot) or Sukiyaki (Legendary Japanese hot pot with thin sliced fresh beef and vegetable in slightly sweet soy broth). But you’ll also find firm favourites including tempura, gyoza dumplings and udon noodles.
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2 Whitechurch LaneLondonE1 7QR
Yummy sushi restaurant in Whitechapel! We are here our last night in London and it was delightful. Sushi is really fresh and flavorful! My husband got the snow cone roll and it was so good he had to order another. I had the pink lady and it was yummy!more
Ended up eating here on a Tuesday night with friends simply because we couldnt get into Som Saa heheh... The food was tasty enough and the sushi was alright. The ambience is probably the best part - there was a projector playing a black and white Japanese film on loop on one wall and we had a table that was in a well on the floor so we were almost sitting on the floor. I forgot the proper name...more
Fantastic. The food was really excellent. I had the spicy marinated pork belly, my wife did Katsu Donburi and my daughter did a rainbow roll. We all loved our food. I also ordered a bowl of miso soup and it was by far the best I've ever had. I always thought miso soup was pretty standard from place to place but from the first sip I was like wow.more
I saw this place a lot of times from the outside before giving it a try. The outside of the building is adorned by red lanterns and it's located in an area that doesn't have many decent sushi choices, so it's a great find.
We called to make reservations for a Friday around 8 pm, table for 2, and they told us just to come in. I don't think they take reservations, or at least not for such a...more
Being a huge fan of Japanese food, I did find this place rather disappointing. It's quite expensive and the food is so so. In my opinion, for sashimi and sushi... go to Sakana Sushi which is a cheaper and fresher alternative! Haven't been back and probably wouldn't.more