I paid this local sushi bar a second visit yesterday afternoon. It's got a funky but minimalist decor and has a terrace for dining al fresco on those warmer summer days. The food is well prepared with using fresh ingredients which helps to explain why their sushi tastes amazing. No dry, tired and tasteless supermarket sushi can be found here! I also tried the tempura squid which featured a light batter. Again very good with no greasy aftertaste. I've only sampled their lunch time menu which is good value for money at around £8 per dish (including a side salad and miso soup). The staff are very tentative with a friendly attitude towards service. I'll definitely will be returning for dinner at some point.
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