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Happy Customers...

Hi Sushi This place is a real find - friendly staff, fresh food and at a really good price. Ask for the buffet at £13.50 and you really can have 'all you can eat'. There's sashimi, chicken katsu, tempura prawns, and the usual salmon rolls, calafornia rolls etc to munch on, along with miso soup. The place is often busy but they always find room for us - it's a regular haunt because it's such good value, and a great place to take friends who've not tried sushi before as the staff are happy to explain what's what if needed. Definately worth a visit!

- suzyN

Hi Sushi We stumbled on Hi Sushi just as its "All you can eat" offer starts and what a find! Downstairs we sat at a sunken table with an ice bucket full of Asahi beer and enjoyed our banquet. The staff are lovely, very helpful and the sushi plentiful. Sadly no tuna in the offer but thick slabs of salmon. A japanese family at the next table ordfered a la carte and their food looked and smelled wonderful. A great place to go with a couple of friends, the beer is quite expensive but the food made up for it, can't wait to go back!

- hazelberr

Hi Sushi Very possibly the best sushi place in London. The sashimi and nagiri are both fresh and copious, and the price... £6.50 gets you all the sushi you can manage, plus udon or ramen noodles, chicken teriyaki, and even a chicken katsu! If anyone knows of a better place to have sushi in Europe, let me know.

- edbataillard

Hi Sushi All in all, I absolutely LOVE this place just because it's the perfect combination of everything. There's a wonderful atmosphere, the waitresses are friendly, the food is fabulous and good value for money. Recommended!

- Konnichi wa

Leongs Legend The taiwanese food served in Leong’s Legends is as good as you could get in London. It’s probably best to still try some authentic taiwanese food for comparison but Leong’s Legend is one of the best in London. Recommended.

- Jeffc

Koi Restaurant I am a HUGE fan of great sushi and I've eaten at many of London's sushi restaurants. I'm fortunate in that I can eat quite frequently at Koi as it's become my favorite of all sushi restaurants. The quality is fantastic every time, unlike other sushi restaurants. It's just as good take away as well. I highly suggest the dragon roll with it's fresh ingredients, the seaweed salad is almost like a dessert, the salmon sashimi has that buttery fresh taste to it. My girlfriend loves the tofu. One of my favorites is the prawn tempura cut roll...of which I could eat to my hearts content.

- Aaron

Koi Restaurant This is my favourite restaurant in the whole world! I never go anywhere else for Japanese... I absolutely recommend this place to anyone - the Japanese food is exceptional - service and presentation are second to none. I recommend a teppanyaki set - choices are endless and include meat and seafood but if that does not entice you, the fresh and exquisite sushi is also just as wonderful! Particularly worth mentioning is the Dragon sushi- it will make a long lasting impression on any guest. After a recent renovation, the atmosphere is just right, intimate and calming complete with koi, staying true to its name.

- Spencer Wong

Empress of Sichuan Excellent Sichuanese cooking at mid-range prices in comfortable surroundings in the heart of Chinatown. I hope this, along with other recent openings in the area, may herald the revival of Chinatown as a centre of excellent Chinese cooking. Highly recommended.

- thelondonfoodie.co.uk

Goldfish Restaurant This place is absoloutely delicious! If you want a lovely chinese meal with fantastic service that is always friendly then this is definately the place to go! A few of my favouriteds are their ribs (to die for) and the duck is also always perfect! the atmosphere is always cool and relaxed and it is by far the nicest chinese i've ever had! It is not cheap, but....definately worth the money you pay!

- Alex Ramirez: London Eating

Ikkyusan On arriving to Ikkyusan i was excited to see the place decked out in bamboo trees giving it a nice natural atmosphere. And when finding my table and joining my friends i was suprised and delighted to see you sat on the ground to eat, although there was room under the table to sit like your in a normal seat, just appears really low when people get up. Probably wouldnt suit the elderly but normal seats are located down stairs.

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