There may be cooler places to eat in Soho, but sometimes routine is bliss, & the anonymity of this small conveyor-belt sushi canteen can be very soothing. Endure the lunchtime queue, then find a stool at the counter, & grab a complimentary mug of green tea. If you’re within nodding distance of the sushi chefs, you can whisk a freshly made ebi hand roll off the conveyor belt while the batter’s still hot; if you want for anything, simply wave & long-serving staff will convey spinach salad, or miso soup, or ‘off belt’ noodles. Plates are priced by colour/pattern, & the freshly prepared goodies are all good value – especially the aforementioned hand rolls, which are really rather addictive. Great for a stress-free half hour with your favourite mag (newsagent next door).
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