Fourth outpost to open in Canary Wharf's new Crossrail Place.
Harden's survey result
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“A strange but pleasant mix of Denmark and Japan” – this “fun and buzzy” Danish chain puts a Scandi twist on sushi and yakitori and results from the “bewilderingly long menu” are “beautifully presented and delicious” (if “not cheap”). The original, “aircraft-hangar-sized” branch near Wimbledon Tube remains the best known.
“Does what it says on the tin pretty well” – this “odd Asian/Scandi concept” (sushi with a Danish twist) wins consistent praise for its “inventive interpretation of dishes” and “gorgeous cocktails”; by the standards of Wimbledon, Greenwich or E14, it’s quite “scene-y” too.
A stylish Danish-Japanese (!) hybrid, in Covent Garden and Wimbledon, that offers an “innovative twist on sushi”; it may be “a bit pricey” but it “does what it does pretty well”.
A “hugely popular” yearling, serving up “really enjoyable Japanese fare with a Scandi twist”, in a setting that “looks like it should be somewhere much trendier than Wimbledon” (and which even fans can find “pricey” for what it is); a new branch opens in Covent Garden in late-2013.