What they say:
After impressing the sophisticated and hip Chelsea crowd it’s time for Sushino to take its exciting fusion brand of Brazil and Japan to the City. Expect brightly coloured innovative sushi dishes served in a classy sleek setting fused with the carnival heat and grilled meats of Brazil. This will be the freshest concept on the square mile. The restaurant will be on the ground floor with a funky lounge bar in the basement.
What we say:
The combination of flavours and temperament of Tokyo and Rio de Janeiro is a bicycle kick right into solar plexus and is bound to shake things up around Liverpool Street Station when doors open in February. The individuality and prestige that goes into their previous Sushino King’s Road is due to attract business people from the top floors of nearby skyscrapers. Sushino’s sense of style and on-trend precision has always been mirrored as well in their cocktails and drinks offerings. So whether you’re looking for a banquet or just a few artisanal cocktails, you’ll find your satisfaction.
Bright, fresh and unique, Sushino City is set to be a first hand choice for entertaining clients, for after-work, dinners and dates in central London.