This stylish venue serves a range of traditional sushi, sashimi and noodles.
Pink cherry blossoms encircle the entrance to this beautiful venue, which has dark, sophisticated characteristics, including stonework feature walls, stylish metallic lighting and a touch of oriental charm. Thankfully there are no circuit boards to be found in the midst of the maki at eSUSHI – the restaurant is named as a nod to the electronic tablets displaying the menus. Even if you could access Facebook on these devices, the menu’s vast array of enticing options is far more engrossing. Try one of the many sushi options, such as the house special of salmon, tuna, cream cheese, sea bass and tempura prawn. All sushi is faultlessly presented – it’s so elegant and dainty that you may not want to disrupt the beautiful harmony on your plate … for long. There are lots of other dishes to choose from – thinly shredded pork, stir-fried with noodles in a slow-burning kimchi sauce, or delicate seafood with rice, served in a gorgeous ceramic bowl with a side cup of miso. The flower tea comes in a clear plastic teapot to show off the pretty petals – a final flourish of floral flavours.
- Delivery: From £2 via Uber Eats
- Private dining: Up to 8 covers
- Provides: Halal options, Children's high chairs, Free wi-fi
- Music on stereo: Lounge jazz
- Capacity: 70
- Largest group: 50
- Open since: Oct 2017
- Number of wines sold by the glass: 3
- House wine: £15.95 per bottle