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Eat Tokyo – Sushi London

Eat Tokyo is an authentic Japanese Sushi Bar with several locations in London. Eat Tokyo is a hugely popular one for good quality sushi at a very reasonable price.

Eat Tokyo is an authentic Japanese Sushi Bar with several locations in London. A hugely popular one for excellent quality sushi at very reasonable prices in London. I queued for over an hour to get into their Soho restaurant. Pretty much all their locations have a somewhat long queue to get into as each of their restaurants are walk-in only and no bookings. There is a very Japanese style half-sized cloth door to walk through to get inside their Soho location. Their other locations include Golders Green, Notting Hill Gate, Holborn, Hammersmith and Covent Garden. As well as eating in, their various locations offer takeaway and delivery.

Once you manage to get into one of their restaurants and get seated, the menu is in a plastic wallet binder, really old school style! The folder has pages and pages of dishes with images to help you understand what everything is. I highly recommend writing down what you want as you go along to make it easier when it comes to ordering. For me, the highlights food-wise was the large sushi rolls such as the tempura shrimp rolls and the fresh tuna rolls. We also very much enjoyed the more fried dishes, for example, the gyozas and the vegetable tempura. For me, I absolutely love Japanese sushi & could comfortably eat sushi for breakfast, lunch & dinner. I really enjoyed all the food we had. Fresh and tasty ingredients crafted well to make authentic Japanese sushi.

Overall I highly recommend Eat Tokyo, a must-visit in Lonon for any sushi lovers. Definitely not one to go to if you have time constraints, but well worth the wait if you can spare the time.

Eat Tokyo Highlights

Prices

Avg. spend per head on food £30-£40

Locations

Soho, Holborn, Hammersmith, Covent Garden, Notting Hill Gate, Golders Green.

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