From the small dining room with its minimalist Japanese design (monochrome, clean lines, paper & bamboo), diners can see busy sushi chefs & fresh raw fish in the tiny open kitchen. Tenshi (‘angel’ in Japanese) does a brisk trade in takeaway sushi boxes during Angel’s lunchtime rush, but eating-in is a decent & inexpensive option. The extensive menu lists all the expected sushi & sashimi dishes, which are ferried gracefully to table by helpful waitresses. Hot food covers all bases too, so you can slurp your way through a bowl of tempura udon (noodles in soup with king prawn & vegetable), enjoy the crunch of chicken katsu curry, or dig into okonomiyaki (‘cabbage pancake’: much nicer than it sounds). To drink, sip on beer, wine, saké or one of various teas.
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