Itsu is a chain of Japanese restaurants that has emerged in recent times. The interior is very designer, with conveyor belts of sushi sliding past the glass shop front and little stools to perch on. The menu is a totally original mix of Japanese and European dishes. The plates are colour coded according to price. Itsu does not take reservations, but kindly asks their guests to entertain themselves in the bar area whilst waiting for a table.
41-44 Great Queen Street, Holborn, London, WC2B 5AD
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+44 (0)20 7430 2696
Pre-packed grab and go sushi? You can't expect it to be mind blowing. Along with Miso soup and broth with all manner of different ingredients, some vegetarian, some with chicken, this is Japanese version of Pret with healthier food. The place is clean, smart with a nice outdoor eating area that allows you a nice vantage for people watching.
I enjoyed my £3.99 six piece duck sushi rolls - they...more
Totally loved this place. Quick and cheap food that takes super good. I love it. The vegi-potsu is my fav. I don't normally like pure vegi things, but I think it tastes better than the duck and chicken ones. Love the atmosphere and the whole feel of the place.more
Nice little place, good prices but not a huge amount of choice. The tuna and salmon sashimi is lovely and very light. The salmon and avocado rolls were tasty but a bit loose so kept falling apart each time we tried to eat them!
All in all, good for a quick bite!more
I have yet to eat at an Itsu properly, but I did pick up some wasabi popcorn one day out in London. Delicious, I could barely contain myself from stick a funnel in my mouth and pouring them in. Get some, delicious as a snack and only 99p.more
#512 I definitely love the concept of Itsu. Unfortunately, our meals were already planned ahead of time while in the city this past Saturday, so we had to skip grabbing anything from Itsu. But, we did splurge on a bag of Wasabi Popcorn, which cost only 0.99gbp AND was only about 125 calories for the entire bag! I also got to check out their pre-packaged sushi which all looked fresh and...more