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.
|Typical meal price||From £25.00 per diner|
£25 and under
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Venue Details & Map
2 Whitechurch LaneLondonE1 7QR
Top 5 reviews of Sushino En
delicious japanese food! fresh sashimi, tender beef, scrumptious rolls. cannot complain more
This would have been a 4-star review except that the maki roll fell apart and we had to eat its component parts off the plate.
Sushinoen is a nice neighborhood sushi place. I would probably eat here a fair bit if I lived close by. I wish I had the option!
The menu is extensive and includes just about everything you could think of as Japanese food: sushi (nigiri, maki, temaki), sashimi,... more
I went there after work on Friday night with my coworkers. The place itself is nice but nothing special about the decoration.
The food was amazing and really authentic. We ordered different kind of izakaya food like gyozas, natsu dengaku, karaage, sashimi... everything was really good and tasty.
I recommend this nice place in white chapel for nice and affordable Japanese food more
Found this place on Trip Advisor and wish I had looked on Yelp before going. Overall, expensive sushi off of an uncreative menu. Best thing I ate was the chicken goyza, ironically. If you need to scratch a sushi itch, it'll do, but don't go in expecting anything to blow your taste buds away. It's "standard"'sushi that's not exciting, and no cool, creative menu items. When you're done, be ready... more
Sushino En is a cozy little Japanese restaurant that does a pretty good job of giving you your Japanese food fix. My favorite part of the place is the black and white cinema that's projected onto the wall, adding the perfect homely touch.
The menu is pretty extensive and has dishes from ramen to sashimi to maki rolls. The quality of the food is by no means superb, but it does the job. I... more