eat TOKYO

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50 Red Lion St
London, WC1R 4PF
+44 20 7242 3490

Foursquare Tips

  • Big portions, great quality, not particularly expensive.
  • Excellent bentos!!
  • yummy salmon teriyaki bento l as well as hyper roll or dragon roll. Udon and kaiso salad was pretty bland. Lovely matcha ice cream, one of my favourite places xx
  • Make sure you reserve a table before you go!
  • Great food, reasonable price. Horrible services though.
  • Staggeringly broad menu. Excellent food. A real hidden gem in the city
  • Everything
  • Eat Tokyo is a proper Japanese restaurant with aspect of the Japanese culture that dont usually surface. Like pop culture and massive menu.
  • Food is really good
  • Delicious sushi but the "booking system" was a bit of a scene - waiting outside for 15 minutes with others who had bookings while they turned the tables over. Worth it once we had our food, I guess?!
  • Good, cheap and quick Japanese. They do lots of lunch specials.
  • Sushi was ok but I have teied better sushi places in London so not blown away..2013 award winning sushi roll was the best we ordered
  • Sashimi tastes very different from what I tried before. And I am not sure I liked it. Friendly though
  • The eel.... aaaamazing
  • Ordered saba bento,samurai dragon. Service was satisfying!Will definitely go for a second time. I must say the samurai dragon tasted superb, if i had enough money i will not share it with others!
  • Excellent sushi.
  • By FAR the best sushi in London, hands down. This restaurant is all about value for money. Their sushi is always up to par and the bento boxes are a killer. Definitely go with the chicken katsu - wow
  • Feels authentic and a wide selection of dishes
  • Authentic Japanese. Nothing to envy from the Golders Green branch. Prices are reasonable and portions are big, order less than you would. Very creative sushi rolls. Lunchtime in weekends is not busy.
  • Fresh and melt-in-the-mouth fish, among the best sushis I ever had. Great bento boxes for lunch. Good price for quality.

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