The food here is quite good, and quite good value. The hand rolls were excellent as were other dishes ordered a la carte.
I like the atmosphere, they have some lovely private booth type tables as well as seats by the bar, and it's generally quite relaxed.
Favorite Dish: Tender tuna sashimi or nori rolls with salmon & cucumber. Crisp, moreish temaki handrolls are stuffed with plum & cucumber, peppers & sweet omelette or crabmeat. A £19 sashimi platter includes three slices of six fish – don’t be surprised if it arrives on a miniature sailing boat. Sushi-phobes have a wide choice of cooked items, including shallow-fried gyozu pork dumplings & excellent onion tempura.
Although the surroundings are not the most enticing, this restaurant is more a convient locale than anything else. It is a basic sushi bar. You can sit at the bar and take a plate you fancy (the plates are coloured indicating differing price) or there are some table where you can sit and be served. It is nothing special but not terrible and good if you have a Japanese craving. Keep your eyes on what is coming out fresh as some dishes may lose their warmth as they can be like forgotten baggage on the conveyor belt!
a great Japanese bar next to Liverpool St. Station. Customers get to inspect and choose their Sushi! So make sure you bring your own Sushi expert with you to help you chose ''The One'' !! :)