24 "Sushi" Restaurants in London.
Kibou is a feel-good restaurant in Battersea that might not blow you away but is a seriously fun spot for getting together with friends over sushi.
Kimura is a small Japanese grocery store at the bottom of Muswell Hill which is lowkey serving some of the best takeaway sushi in north London.
A teeny, tiny Japanese shop and takeaway counter in Tottenham, Sushi Heads is perfect for frozen dumplings, bottled sauces, and pretty good sushi.
Sumi is an excellent, casual restaurant in Notting Hill from the same team behind London’s best sushi spot.
Japanese-Danish restaurant in Covent Garden serving a combination of sushi and yakitori sticks from the grill.
Dozo is an intimate spot in Soho where you can get some good quality, affordable sushi.
Chisou is a small, intimate sushi restaurant in Knightsbridge serving great Japanese classics like inside out rolls, udon noodles, and teriyaki.
Endo at the Rotunda is a 16-seater sushi restaurant in White City, providing one of the most unique and delicious experiences in London.
Sushisamba is a loud restaurant on the 38th floor of the City’s Heron Tower. The views are undeniably excellent. Almost everything else is appalling.
Sushi Show is a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it sushi spot on Camden Passage in Islington serving some very decent sushi and donburi bowls.
Bang Bang Oriental is a massive Asian food hall in Collindale, that’s worth a visit if you so happen to be in Collindale.
Yashin Ocean House is the sister restaurant of the excellent Yashin Sushi. They also serve excellent sushi but also dishes with a lot of theater.
If you so happen to be in South Kensington, Dozo is a great option for a casual lunch or dinner. The sushi is good quality, and the rolls are fun.
Yashin Sushi is an excellent, creative, and modern sushi restaurant with an ever-changing list of unusual and seasonal ingredients.
Not only is the sushi at Sushi Atelier on Great Portland Street great, it’s also very affordable. Sit at the bar and get the 12-piece omakase.