It's the second time we went for dinner at Nagomi. It's a hidden little spot in the heart of London with a very simplistic interior. Both times we were surrounded by Japanese people...a good sign for the quality and the authenticity of the food... The fish was very fresh and the portions of the 'Sashimi' quite generous (compared to other sushi restaurants). The 'Nagomi Roll' was a real delight with its slightly crispy outside. We also loved the 'Mixed Seaweeds Salad' and the 'Salmon Teriyaki'. We paid approximately £60 for two (incl. service and a glass of wine each) which we thought was very acceptable looking at all the dishes we had eaten.
The staff was very friendly and helpful even though their English might not be the best.
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