Sushinoen

AUTHENTIC JAPANESE FOOD

'One of the best Japanese restaurants in town'
Stylist Magazine

Please note we are closed on Dec 25 and Jan 01.
Open as normal all other times.

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WHY SUSHINOEN?

 

In London's East End, just off Whitechapel High Street and a stone's throw from Aldgate East station, this cosy, unpretentious Japanese eatery offers authentic Japanese home-cooking style dishes and freshly made sushi. The menus are beautifully prepared, delicious, fresh and served with a high quality service.

 
 

HOME STYLE COOKING

Every plate achieves a defining balance of home and cuisine style cooking — even dessert.

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Preparing authentic Japanese cuisine requires a passion for both food and art. Our Sushi Chefs bring this passion to each and every dish they prepare. We offer a wide selection of sushi, and Japanese inspired dishes to suit any palate. Using only the freshest and finest ingredients is the foundation of every beautifully arranged dish that we prepare - allowing for a delicious and unique dining experience. We put a love and passion into our food, and our service which has pleased our guests time and time again.

Our Omakase menu has become a favourite amongst guests. Allowing you to choose from an exciting selection of only the freshest fish which has been hand-picked and elegantly prepared by our Sushi Chef. Our Tokujo Sashimi (assorted Sashimi) is another favourite within our Omakase menu - prepared with fresh fish selected daily by our sushi chef.

 
The best sushi restaurant in East London
— TripAdvisor

The RESTAURANT

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Located in a beautifully bricked corner building, in one of the most vibrant areas in London, Sushinoen, or ‘sushi in a garden’, is an ultra-traditional, stylish dining room with kimono-clad staff. It's attention to detail, charm and laid back atmosphere offers an authentic, intimate and old fashioned Japanese Izakaya (Japanese pub/cafe) feel.

As well as a Sushi bar there are low tables atop with the ancient custom of sunken floors for your legs. There's also the added bonus of private karaoke rooms for post-meal humiliation.

As soon as I walked in I saw Japanese diners. Local diners are always a good sign so I knew I was in the right place.
— TripAdvisor