sushi restaurant located in Covent Garden

sushi restaurant located in Covent Garden

sushi restaurant located in Covent Garden

sushi restaurant located in Covent Garden

On the table is the Beef Tataki, Kani Korokke, Sushi Sister and Nanban chicken rolls.

The starters we picked were delicious, my favourites were the crab croquettes: these were crunchy crabstick bites with the most creamy filling inside.

The beef tataki was also good but I’m not a big fan of dried salted beef.

This time I decided to drift from their sushi and try out a seafood platter – thinking back I regret it, since me and my friend didn’t like any of it.

You’re basically paying £40 for a tray that has 60% ice and 40% food which is not filling at all.

We had no other choice but to order two extra plates of their iconic chicken nanban sushi to fill us.

None of the fish tasted anywhere near seasoned, I know it’s raw food but I also know there’s meant to be flavour.. Lesson learnt, always go for the safest option!

I’ve always raved about their sushi rolls so it’s best if I stick to those from now on.

I’d also like to add that for the price you’re paying, the portion sizes are extremely minimal.

But its also important to note that you’re in Central London