Sushinoen

AUTHENTIC JAPANESE FOOD

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

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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