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With an ex-Nobu chef in the kitchen, don’t expect Ohisama to be Happy Meal prices. That said, this Marylebone restaurant makes good-tasting sushi in a comfortable counter restaurant. Expect all the classics, as well a few more Californian options like crab tacos.
If low-key, quick-in-quick-out sushi is what you’re after, you’ll be hard pressed to find better quality sushi in this part of Central than Ohisama’s. This utilitarian spot has tables downstairs, but upstairs is almost entirely counter seating, and that’s where you want to be. If you go for one of the excellent omakase options, dinner will easily end up costing you £70 or more, but we tend to go for one of the lower priced sushi or sashimi sets which should be more than enough if you’re not quite up for making a night of it.