One of the surprising things about this sushi restaurant is that it is nowhere near the sea. As a Brit, I am used to eating fish like Mackerel and Plaice, Sea bream and Cod caught usually no more than two days before eating, and guarantees a fresh, clean flavour.
This restaurant's location doesn't seem to have had any impact on the chef's ability to create amazing sushi dishes. One of the sushi menus is actually big enough for two people, but because sushi is a light food, it is possible to eat perhaps more than you need without feeling overfed.
Also on the menu are some other traditional Japanese dishes and drinks which all compliment the sushi beautifully.
The staff are not overly friendly, but that's really not a problem for me or anyone else I know who has been there.
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