Popped in for an early lunch. The chicken teriyaki is great, and probably my favourite. The only minor gripe, and I mean minor, is the stools, if you have a big backside like me.........well what more can I say
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Lovely sushi in a spotlessly clean café with a few chairs outside. It closes at 9pm through the week and if you go during the last half hour, ALL the sushi and salads are half price!! Branches all over central London and worth popping into.
We stopped here to take something to eat and the food was good, you can choose between a lot of variety of sushi, and soup. But in the hot dishes are not present yak udon or yaki soba that for me are one of the...More
I just arrived in London, and must admit I had a hard day, and looking for something healthy in the heart of Victoria seemed like a hard assignment. After almost surrendering myself to the nearby Mc'Donalds, I stumbled over Itsu, and decided to give it...More
Despite the amazing experience that Itsu was at Draycott Avenue, it is now closed... There are many, many Itsu shops, but (according to The Itsu lady on the phone) no conveyor belt type restaurants like Draycott Avenue.
I have been going to this place for decades now, and it never disappoints... Food is fresh and healthy, the atmosphere is upbeat.. I love it !! It spawned from the intuition of a wealthy but not idle English lord who imagined you can offer...More
I've head good things about this restaurant, but I don't know whether I was unlucky in this day or my taste is not according to local culture. I know that british people like spicy and sour flavors. I like these flavors as well, I am...More
A good selection of asian soups and sushi, the price is very reasonable, where as some restaurants charge so high for this style of food