Harden's survey result
“Good value” sushi, sashimi and other Japanese dishes trundle past your seat at these two ‘kaiten’ (conveyor-belt) operations in the City, tempting you to help yourself. It makes a fun, fast and efficient way to grab lunch. The chain also has takeaway and delivery options for evenings.
A “lunchtime sushi favourite” in the City – the Mincing Lane branch boasts Europe’s longest ‘kaiten’ conveyor belt of sushi, sashimi and other Japanese dishes. This and the Broadgate restaurant are only open for weekday lunch, but the chain has takeaway and delivery options in the evening. New branches opened this year in Queen Street and Fetter Lane.
“The sushi’s always fresh, and the hot food’s worth a look too” as it circulate on the conveyor belt of these handy city operations. The Copthall Avenue original copped it this year at the hands of the developers, but the remaining branches are “a good option for a quick lunch”.
This “conveyor-belt sushi” chain in the City is “tasty, slick, and fun”. “Always fresh and varied”, with a “good selection of hot dishes too”, “standards remain high” and it is “hard to find fault” – they’re “buzzy even on a Friday evening”.
Last orders: 9 pm