The best of the conveyor belt sushi chains was also the first to open outside London. Housed in a spectacular, specially designed building, its eccentric appearance is strangely reminiscent of a huge, red lantern circa Tokyo 1966 (think You Only Live Twice). Soft lighting & belt-fed table seating alongside the customary stool option make it more a lingering, less fast food affair than its London competitors. Moshimo offers a step up from the usual sushi experience: raw fish & Japanese tapas are good quality as are the sake cocktails. Staff follow Japanese custom in not accepting any tips.