Tuesday, 13 September 2011

Itsu, London

Fresh, tasty and quick Japanese food

18-20 Lower Regent Street
(plus other locations across London)
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After braving the packed aisles of the Japan Centre and the crowds of Japanese tourists at Mitsukoshi I was in need of a break so I headed next door to Itsu. Owned by the people behind Pret a Manger, Itsu has 2 restaurants and 27 cafe/shops across London. Inside the decor is modern and shiny and the food looks good. Itsu's mantra is 'health and happiness' and aims to provide healthy, nutritious and filling food inspired by the Far East, the menu includes a good selection of Japanese-
inspired sushi. The menu also includes noodle and rice pots, frozen yoghurts, salads and sandwiches. I visited the shop on Lower Regent Street, where happily it was calm and quiet, and enjoyed the 'Health & Happiness' sushi box which consisted of delicious, thick slabs of salmon sashimi, salmon and tuna nigiri and california rolls all served with seaweed and lots of soy sauce. At £9.59 it wasn't cheap but it was tasty, fresh and so generous that I couldn't finish it all. I also bought some dark chocolate-covered rice cakes as a snack for later.

Opening Times:
Mon - Fri: 10am ~ 10.30pm
Sat: 11am ~ 10.30pm
Sun: 12pm ~ 9pm

Takeaway Available? Yes
Japanese-Speaking Staff? 


Nice post.'Health & Happiness' looks delicious.I will definitely try this. London Restaurants

It was lovely, I definitely recommend it if you've got London-shopping-fatigue! Thanks for reading ^_^

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