Best Sushi Restaurants In London

Does the idea of fresh sashimi make you drool? Are you a sucker for tempura rolls? Have you got a hankering for nigiri like no other? Get out there and explore London’s incredible sushi scene. We’ve tracked down the finest practitioners of Japanese cuisine this side of Tokyo, and we’re talking about tech-savvy Soho restaurants, sky-high city plots and chilled casual sake joints in our list of the best sushi restaurants in London.

Last updated on 25th April 2022

Inamo Covent Garden

493 user reviews 4

Specialising in pan-Asian delicacies, London's cutting-edge Inamo concept has arrived in Covent Garden for some of the best sushi in London. There's quite simply nowhere else like Inamo - guests place their orders via sleek tablets, upload their own images onto the tabletop and even check in on the kitchen via chef cam - as head chef Jon Claro prepares a mouth-watering range of sushi and sashimi fare.

Lan Kwai Fong

86 user reviews 4

Head up to Chalk Farm Road where this unique East Asian restaurant is serving a stunning sushi selection. From fresh sashimi and delicious hand rolls to some of the best vegetarian sushi in London, it's a fun and friendly place to chow down on your favourite cuisine.

Aqua Kyoto

3 user reviews 5

Just off Regent Street and with a stunning rooftop terrace for summertime, Aqua Kyoto is a must-try sushi restaurant in central London. Expect to find a menu of omakase sushi and sashimi, alongside signature dishes of tempura and robata grilled goods in a date night setting.


22 user reviews 4

Taking on the identities of two of the world's most flavourful cuisines, Mommi is a finely executed hybrid of Japanese and South American cultures making for one sensational culinary offering. Tease your palate with their raw plates, including some incredibly unique sushi dishes. 

Tsunami Clapham

3 user reviews 4

A fresh and contemporary Japanese eatery in Clapham, you just know that Tsunami's sushi game is going to be strong. Make yourself at home with its dedicated sushi section; the avocado and cucumber, shrimp tempura and scallop and smelt egg rolls would be great place to start. 

A sushi restaurant that we consider something of a hidden gem, Issho-Ni is a Bethnal Green dining spot that truly champions fresh fish and the finest in Japanese plates. A cosy and intimate place to eat with plenty of local buzz, Claire Su has created something to really be celebrated in the city.