110 Restaurants in London: Sushi

Sushi Restaurants London: popular, simple, healthy

There are approximately 100,000 Japanese people living in the United Kingdom, and most of these live in London. These members of the Japanese diaspora, who are individually known as 'nikkei', are concentrated in North London’s Golders Green and East Finchley districts. West London and South London’s Croydon also have significant Japanese communities. Accordingly, its easy to find London sushi restaurants. Besides, sushi has become a worldwide food phenomenon. London also hosts an annual celebration of Japanese culture that takes the form of London Japan Matsuri. Here, you can find stalls representing the best sushi restaurants in London plus a few pop-ups to satisfy your love of sushi.

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OKA

Camden
Asian££££
5.5/6104
OKA

SUSHINOEN

Whitechapel
Asian££££
5.3/6113
SUSHINOEN

Kitcho

Greenwich
Japanese££££
4.9/6122
Kitcho
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Yashin Sushi

Kensington
Japanese££££
4.8/65
Yashin Sushi

Inamo - Soho

Soho
Sushi££££
2.0/64
Inamo - Soho

Saisaki

Epping
Japanese££££
4.5/624
Saisaki

Kouzu

Westminster
Japanese££££
4.8/6115
Kouzu

Makiyaki

Wimbledon
Japanese££££
5.3/612
Makiyaki

Uni Restaurant

Belgravia
Japanese££££
4.7/63
Uni Restaurant

Yuzu

Spitalfields
Japanese££££
5.7/625
Yuzu

Yashin Ocean House

Kensington
Japanese££££
5.0/63
Yashin Ocean House

Osaka Japanese Restaurant

Worcester Park
Japanese££££
5.5/647
Osaka Japanese Restaurant

Tsunami

Clapham
Japanese££££
5.5/611
Tsunami

Chi Kitchen - London

Marylebone
Chinese££££
4.8/68
Chi Kitchen - London

Buddha-Bar London

Knightsbridge
Asian££££
4.2/6155
Buddha-Bar London

inamo - Camden

Camden
Asian££££
6.0/61
inamo - Camden

Yuzu Restaurant

West Hampstead
Japanese££££
4.8/65
Yuzu Restaurant

Sushi Inn

Palmers Green
Japanese££££
5.4/69
Sushi Inn

Kama Sushi

Southbank
Japanese££££
5.0/61
Kama Sushi

Noodle Foodle

Wimbledon
Japanese££££
5.6/68
Noodle Foodle
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    Sushi restaurant London: where to start

    Camden Town, Canonbury, Aldgate, Crouch End, Docklands – take your pick, the sushi restaurants London has to offer are scattered far and wide across the city. You could check out the Japanese strongholds of Golders Green, East Finchley, Ealing, Hampstead, St John’s Wood, and Croydon for London sushi restaurants, but perhaps your best bet is to head to the City of London’s square mile and have a wander around – you’re bound to come across a quality, hole-in-the-wall sushi restaurant in this part of London, which has been described as perhaps the most important hub of London’s heavily business-oriented Japanese community, filled with efficient lunchers.
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    Best sushi restaurants in London: what to expect

    The sushi restaurants London has to offer are perennially popular spots. This is true of sushi restaurants in many cities around the world now, but just why is sushi so internationally popular? Some reasons include the fact that sushi is convenient and portable, bite-sized and not too messy to eat on the go or in the office. Sushi is a light and healthy food. Sushi is efficient, packing diverse flavours into a small space. Sushi comes in a wide range of styles, from inari to nigiri and maki, and sushi has absorbed a range of international cuisines (think California rolls). And sushi trains are a fun way to dine and explore Japanese cuisine!
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    Sushi restaurants London: book with Quandoo

    Looking for a sushi restaurant in London? Simply head to Quandoo’s extensive list of restaurants in London and either type sushi into the search bar or use the cuisine selector to narrow your results – sushi and Japanese are both options. Many of the best sushi restaurants in London are still probably able to accommodate you and your dining partners as walk-ins because sushi restaurants with their fast-paced ethos are typically able to maintain high-customer-turnover, but you might want to book a table anyway using Quandoo’s reservation system – these places get busy. Find a sushi restaurant London has to offer and check its location on the map to see if it’s convenient to you.