Thursday, October 13, 2011

Kulu Kulu Sushi & Eat Tokyo (Part 2/5)

Kulu Kulu Sushi
When Mili was in town for a visit, we both went to the Kensington branch of Kulu Kulu Sushi.
As read on their website, they serve basic standard sushi with no frills which is reflected in the price.  You get what you expect and what was advertised with no surprises.


Will I recommend:
Will I come back: Yes
Have I had better: Yes
Kulu Kulu Sushi (there are various branches around London)

Kulu Kulu Sushi on Urbanspoon

Eat Tokyo
This was the first Japanese restaurant that I discovered when I initially arrived in London which I love. For some strange reason, the Soho branch is much better than its sibling that resides in Golders Green.

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Unagi Don £8.5
This was eaten at the GG branch and it just wasnt good. The unagi was dry and topped with a sickly sweet sauce. Quite underwhelming.

Bento £13

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Nasu Dengaku
The bento and Nasu Dengaku was at the GG branch as well as suffers the same fate as the unagi don. Quite a shame really.

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The ramen was from the Soho branch and it was a good sized portion served in a huge bowl. It was tasty and value for money.
I also had the fried oysters here which was eaten with gusto. I think that I'll be sticking to the Soho branch.

Will I recommend:
 Yes to the Soho branch

Will I come back: Yes to the Soho branch
Have I had better: Yes

Eat Tokyo, 27 Romilly Street, London  W1D 5AL

Eat Tokyo on Urbanspoon

Related Posts:
Cafe Japan, Hi Sushi Izakaya & Koya (Part 1/5)
Bincho, Kyoto, Abeno Too (Part 3/5)
Toku, Edokko & Atari-ya (Part 4/5)
Tsuru Sushi & Sushi Hiroba (Part 5/5)


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