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A closely guarded local secret, the quality of Yoshino’s sushi belies it’s user-friendly, bargain-basement prices. Downstairs is a ten-seater raw fish counter (arrive early to bag a berth), with
freshly created sushi packs piled up for takeaway, while the utilitarian blend of bare white walls & mustard-yellow plastic furniture in the upstairs dining room helps to keep prices low. Tuna
sashimi is a speciality, the kitchen shows its frying skills with light, greaseless jumbo prawn tempura, & the sushi line-up is topped by a £19.80 assortment covering tuna, albacore, salmon,
teriyaki eel, salmon roe, squid, king prawn & a negi toro roll. Service is smiley & swift, particularly at lunchtimes when three-course mini-banquets of fish roe on noodles, tempura salmon
or tofu & spinach salad start at £9.80.