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“Really authentic” Japanese, set in beamed, mock-Tudor premises near Mornington Crescent, impressively highly rated by its fans for outstanding sushi and other fare.
“Extraordinary value given its top quality and rock-bottom prices” – this “rare Japanese”, near Mornington Crescent, serves a wide menu majoring in “amazing sushi”, and its “friendly” service softens the “very cramped, mock Tudor interior”.
“A veritable Aladdin’s cave of delicious Japanese food”, and at “surprisingly low” prices too; it may look “like a rundown old caff” and have “chaotic” (if “friendly”) service, but this “nondescript” spot, near Euston Station, is “awesome”.
“Fantastic sushi at amazingly cheap prices” ensures that this “unassuming” operation, in the shadow of Euston station, is often “incredibly busy”, largely with Japanese people; “try it once – I guarantee you’ll be back!”
Asakusa Restaurant Diner Reviews
"This extraordinary place producing the most delicious sushi, sashimi and tempura in a room that looks unchanged from its original incarantion as a tudor style tea room. Impossilbe to get in without a booking so well worth planning ahead."
265 Eversholt St, London, NW1 1BA
Monday to Saturday 6pm to 11.30pm
Last orders: 11.30 pm, Sat 11 pm