Habibi Sushi

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Here at Habibi Sushi we love sushi. Opened in 2008, our sushi is hand prepared by our experienced chefs using only the freshest fish, thus giving you the best sushi experience.

Our unusual name comes from our love of sushi and our sense of identity. The word habibi means love in arabic - combining our culture with our expertise in sushi.

Do you love sushi more than we do? Come in and eat from our conveyer belt, grab a takeaway or order online for delivery straight to your door.

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7A Artillery Passage, Whitechapel, London, E1 7LJ

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+44 (0)20 7247 5290

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Habibi Sushi

7A Artillery Passage
E1 7LJ
+44 (0)20 7247 5290
Public transport:
London Liverpool Street, Underground


3 out of 5 based on 4 reviews

Top 4 reviews of Habibi Sushi

3.0 out of 5 9 December 2012
by TheLondonMan

The food served was not done properly. The place too was just ok, not more than that.more

5.0 out of 5 9 July 2012
by Sd M.

Until now I used to think the best sushi I'd ever have was in my former hometown of NYC. Then I took a side trip to Japan which was pretty impressive. It sparked a search for THE sushi place to go to around the city.

I walked past this place while I was getting lost on my lunch break. I made a note of it and told myself I'd go in sometime, but it was like some sort of Harry Potter cross...more

3.0 out of 5 29 March 2012
by parveengolamrassoude

This place does great tasting halal dishes I've ordered a few times and all except for one occasion the food/shushi was of fresh quality. I do agree with one of the previous comments although the premises seems generally very tidy, it seems a tad unclean and generally seems a tad dated, I think it needs a little revamp. However the owner is very pleasant and helpful and they will always send...more

2.0 out of 5 3 November 2008
by yepmynameiswill

I've been here a few times at lunch and am slightly surprised by the first comment.

Being a few minutes from Liverpool Street station means there is no shortage of hungry people at lunchtime - the queues in most of the cafes, shops and restaurants at lunchtime are testament to this. The odd thing is that Habibi is never busy, it's always a bit quiet. I wondered why so I paid a couple of...more