A dark & gloomy box strewn with homemade bric-a-brac or a cute bolthole bedecked with quirky art & screens – depending on who’s looking – Nagomi nonetheless squeezes a lot from the little it’s been given. Skilfully rendered lunch menus trump just about anything else off Bond Street, with the likes of prawn & vegetable tempura or chicken teriyaki weighing in at £7.90 (including rice & soup). The kitchen also does a good line in mid-price sushi & sashimi staples, but its pays to invest in the izakaya-inspired tasting plates – perhaps puffy battered octopus dumplings, a quirky crab & avocado salad dressed with Marie Rose sauce & miso, or seriously intense pork belly & mooli braised in sweet soy. Staff are predictably smiley & efficient, but have also been known to stop & have a chat.
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