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Dear diners, please be aware than the restaurant only accepts bookings of 3 or more diners. Also, please note that tables booked online are available for 2 hours only. To enquire about a lengthier booking, please contact the restaurant directly.
One of Whitechapel’s trendiest sushi spots, Sushinoen on White Church Lane is committed to serving up London’s freshest Japanese dishes, sashimi, omakase and sukiyaki to both discerning foodies and casual diners alike. With Altab Ali Park as its backyard, Sushinoen is located in a busy region of East London, just steps from London Metropolitan University and Aldgate East. Open daily for lunch and dinner, Sushinoen looks forward to serving you an array of Japanese classics and sushi specialities.
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Regardless of whether you’re a sushi-eating machine or you’re simply an amateur, you’ll find plenty of fantastic options on Sushinoen’s extensive menu. The restaurant can be found where White Church Lane meets Whitechapel Road, right at the entrance of Altab Ali Park in London’s Whitechapel area. It’s impossible to miss this local sushi joint – the izakaya lanterns adorning the restaurant’s brick exterior are a dead giveaway. Displaying a strong Japanese aesthetic sensibility with sleek wooden tables, sharp angles and artifacts, the interior of Sushinoen is stunning.
The cuisine at London’s Sushinoen is also stunning. Choose from a huge list of nigiri, sashimi, maki and temaki and build your own meal, or take a sushi platter like the Sushinoen moriawase platter or the salmon paradise. If you’re after something warm, we recommend the gyu teriyaki, a succulent cut of grilled beef served on an iron plate. The noodles at Sushinoen are especially comforting, like the seafood yakisoba or the miso ramen noodle soup with your choice of pork, chicken or vegetables. A scoop of green tea or black sesame ice cream – also available deep fried – provides the perfect conclusion to a meal at this Whitechapel Japanese restaurant. Book early to avoid disappointment!