An omakase experience at Takahashi is a strap in for a two-and-a-half-hour affair, with some hit and miss dishes. At the intimate, 12-seater restaurant in south Wimbledon, a meal feels very much like a private dinner, with guests sat on separate tables. So it’s a little different to the counter seating at some other omakase spots. The tiny, casual-feeling space serves course after course of Spanish toro and French caviar, and wasabi-heavy shrimp nigiri. Although it’s not the best sushi in London, it’s a decent choice if you’re looking for a low-key omakase experience in the area. Be warned, you have to book well in advance and pay half the price as a deposit so don’t expect to rock up on the day and get a table.