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Great sushi isn't so easy to find outside ‘W' postcodes, so City workers and East London residents are right to seize upon Pham Sushi. Plainly decorated with magnolia walls, dark wooden tables and
carvings, this tiny eatery offers an extensive and uniformly impressive selection of sushi and sashimi, plus trendier stuff such as octopus tiradito or turbot with pink shrimp ‘new-style' that
wouldn't look out of place on Park Lane. In general, items such as chirashi (‘scattered') sushi are fresh and generous, though presentation is surprisingly slapdash. Most people come for raw stuff,
but soups, noodles, rice dishes, bento boxes and some spot-on tempura add to the choice. The restaurant is licensed, but Pham's even tinier sibling across the way isn't – so drink beer, saké or
green tea, depending where you are.
Another sushi or Japanese restuarant? Yes but with a slight twist. When recommending Pham Sushi I always say it is not quite what you would call a traditional sushi restaurant as the owners are Thai I believe, and there is a slight Thai twist in the dishes that they create.It is always hard to find a reasonably priced restaurant in the City of London, so this one though not extremely cheap, does serve good sushi, so long as you keep in mind that it is not the traditional sushi style that they offer. I think it is always good to go in a group of four to six people so that you can try the different dishes...
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