Fresh ingredients and very reasonable prices keep people returning time and time again to Yida Sushi, conveniently located a short walk from Highbury and Islington station.
Enjoy a good range of beautifully presented sushi and sashimi, in the small bright dining room, and discover lesser-known items such as surf clam and tobiko – a type of fish roe.
For those less keen on sushi, there are plenty of other Japanese dishes to tuck into, from tempura to teriyaki.
|Typical meal price||From £25.00 per diner|
£25 and under
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Venue Details & Map
246 St Paul's RdLondonN1 2LJ
Top 5 reviews of Yida Sushi
Ordered takeaway from these guys, and it was good, although hopefully it'll be better next time if I ask for no mayo.
I don't know what it is about sushi in the UK, but every sushi chef here seems to love adding mayo into their cut rolls. News flash: I've lived in California, and they don't put mayo on California rolls there.
Anyway, besides the mayo on the rolls, everything was pretty... more
I would have rated higher but they didnt honour their 10% first time discount. They said they hadn't been offering for over a year so may be an error on Yelp's part. The lady seemed genuine and it was good food so no overly fussed. more
the food quality is rather good, but rather pricey for most things (mains) except for sushi and sashimi. however, i ordered the steak with chili sauce once and it came with a diff kind of veg that was stated in the menu, and without the battered lotus that was suppose to be included (i had it before). was not informed, hence the rating. more
This place is soothing, refreshing and overall zen.
- sashimi platter
- rainbow roll (most liked by us)
- samurai roll
- yellow tail Jalapeño
Bottle of sake
Total charge was £77 for two.
Service wa delightful and we left happy after dancing our night away at the London Deconpression more
I really liked it - fresh & delicious sushi served on proper Japanese plates, cozy music on the background, super friendly & attentive service. I would say this place might even qualify for a hidden gem. On a Saturday night it was quiet and unassuming.
The highlights were samurai and rainbow roll. more