The brainchild of two Nobu protégés, this funky sushi joint sets the bar high with its innovative take on raw fish and more besides. A 15-seat counter holds centre stage, with green tiles, dangling lights and dark-wood creating a cool vibe. ‘Without soy sauce – but if you want to', says the neon sign, although you'd be mad to reach for the dark stuff when dishes such as carpaccio of Wagyu beef with wasabi dressing pack such a clean, expert punch. Elsewhere, skilfully hewn sashimi, meticulous Yashin rolls (barbecued freshwater eel with pineapple and mango sauce) or razor clams seared in butter with black truffle make the high prices well worth it. Wines and saké aren't cheap either, while those on a spree might opt for the tasting menu – a £100 feast which needs to be ordered a week in advance.
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