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Kristen
Kristen
July 30, 2018
Simple venue for classic and Modern Japanese sushi, maki rolls and teriyaki, part of a small chain.
Arthur & Natalie
Arthur & Natalie
March 28, 2018
Best sushi in Wimbledon with an excellent customer service and plum wine!
Verity
Verity
March 19, 2018
Great sushi - not the cheapest but Tennis Player Tim Henman used to go there
Ryan
Ryan
December 2, 2015
sushi of all shapes and sizes
Mariana
Mariana
July 27, 2014
Fantastic and authentic japanese restaurant, one of the best in South West London. Fresh food, great 'makis, delicious fresh tuna salad (my favourite), affordable.

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Staðsetning
149 Merton Rd
London, England SW19 1ED
Sími+44 20 8540 3113
Bókanir
Kreditkort
Yes (incl. Visa & MasterCard)
Sæti utandyra
Nei
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