‘Don’t be fooled by the lack of presence’, advises a fan; Chisou may lack cliquey, celeb-spotting credentials, but it delivers food of ‘fantastic quality’ & is definitely no shabby budget option. The decor is clean & simple, with only some giant plinths embedded with spotlights, but it suits the business crowd just fine. The media crowd also come here for popular set lunches – an outlay of £20 lands an impressive six nigiri, spicy tuna maki, salmon & tuna sashimi & miso soup – while others might prefer to push the boat out on signature soft-shell crab maki rolls, seaweed salad in sesame dressing, king-prawn tempura or glazed chicken teriyaki. Service has improved of late, & the saké sampler is an eye-opener for the uninitiated. Arrive early to bag seats at the sushi counter.
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