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A massive, three-storey site - the eighth UK site in total - for this growing Danish chain.

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Summary

“Not Japanese nor pretending to be” – this Danish fusion-chain offers a suspicious-sounding-but-successful mix of “fancy sushi” with “plenty of other stuff on skewers” (i.e. yakitori ‘sticks’). “Some of the non-traditional additions don’t quite work, but those that do are lovely”; and as a group, “where so many others fail, it delivers well on consistency”. Its “big and spacious”, Scandi-style branches create a “vibrant and exciting” environment too, “but, oh my word, the prices…”

£63
  £££
3
Good
3
Good
3
Good
* Based on a three course dinner, half a bottle of wine, coffee, cover charge, service and VAT.

Summary

“Scandinavian sushi… sounds odd, but it works!” This Danish chain has proved a perhaps-unlikely hit, praised as “a concept that pays off” with enjoyably “fresh” and “eclectic” food and a “lively” style. “It has gotten much more expensive”, however, in recent times, and ratings have dipped accordingly. At the start of October 2018 they opened their biggest site yet on Chelsea’s King’s Road.

£59
   ££
3
Good
2
Average
2
Average
* Based on a three course dinner, half a bottle of wine, coffee, cover charge, service and VAT.

Summary

“They come from Denmark (of all places!)” and these large Scandi-Asian-fusion venues serve a “winning combination” of “delicious sushi, beautifully tender sticks of meat, and enjoyable cocktails” to create an “innovative” and “really fun” concept. Even those who say it’s “a bit of a gimmick” and “doesn’t justify the price tag” concede the food’s “quite good”.

£52
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4
Very Good
2
Average
2
Average
* Based on a three course dinner, half a bottle of wine, coffee, cover charge, service and VAT.

Summary

“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.

£48
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4
Very Good
4
Very Good
4
Very Good
* Based on a three course dinner, half a bottle of wine, coffee, cover charge, service and VAT.

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tom b
some good dishes but also some disappointin...
Reviewed 10 months, 15 days ago

"some good dishes but also some disappointing : the tempura prawn was cold and bland , the sticks average especially the muschroom. The tuna tartare was good also the crab croquettes. Overall disappointing."

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