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Lovely place, good food and hospitality was superb. The bar was very rich . I ordered for prawn Katsura and fresh shrimp tempura. Food was really nice.
Fabulous staff, great food, extremely reasonably priced food especially for brick lane London. I was very impressed with the overall service of suito, a great atmosphere paired with lovely food is always good!
Amazing food and service! Very good value and overall experience. The cocktails are really good too. We would definitely go again and recommend it to others.
Very quiet when we visited but the food quality and service was very good. I'd highly recommend the veggie noodles. There is also a huge range of sushi.
At the time we arrived, 8pm on a Saturday , there was no one in it except for 2 guys by the bar......., the food was good and service decent, layout and crockery were of a good taste.Not sure if I'd go back there.
Great food but not so great service, had to wait 50 minutes for our food even though there were only one other table in the restaurant, and the waitress mixed up or order and then told us that we didn't order our starter... Wouldn't go back but could consider ordering home from there since the sushi was good.
Sushi was very good, service friendly, but a bit slow with the drinks and not too much wine and beer on offer. Lovely guys, hope they get ore customers!
It was a quiet afternoon. The selection of teas is a bit limited; it is clearly a more boozy place. I ordered a donburi and it was alright, but not great. I wouldn't come back again in a hurry.
The food was ok, and the service was excellence, the waiter was very friendly. However, the restaurant lacked an atmosphere because there was not many people in.
very average "japanese", tempura was pretty much fish batter from your suburban fish and chip shop, salt and pepper squid was actually calamari rings served with sweet chili sauce (which isnt even japanese)