17 "Sushi" Restaurants in London.
Tetsu is a tiny, intimate sushi counter in Clerkenwell serving the best sushi in town. Go for the omakase. It isn't cheap, but it's worth it.
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.
Dinings is a very cosy sushi counter and downstairs Japanese restaurant that just happens to have some of the best sushi 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.
Taka is small, elegant Japanese restaurant in Mayfair, serving great quality sushi and small plates at surprisingly affordable prices.
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.
London’s third Nobu, hidden away in the basement of their self-named hotel in Shoreditch. The space is impressive and the menu is predictively pricey.
Cubé is a sushi restaurant in Mayfair with a £75 omakase in the evenings, and a fine whisky/sake bar in the basement.
This is the second Dinings location in London where the sushi is served in an upscale townhouse in Knightsbridge.
Close to Liverpool Street station, K10 is a convenient and reliable place for takeaway sushi in the City.
While it might cost, the upbeat vibes and classy Japanese food at Roka in Fitzrovia always deliver a good time.