It was in Sydney at the Umii Restaurant that I really got a taste for sushi and sashimi.
You will find hundreds of sushi bars popping up all over the place right now, including the inclusion of them in some English supermarkets. It was Yo Sushi that got the nod this time, and a short trip into town it would be. Hey, we gotta make the most of our date days now we have our little man, don’t we?
So. Who is Yo Sushi? Their website states the following:
We’re all about fresh, furiously flavoursome authentic Japanese street food and sushi. Although sushi’s at the heart of what we do, we have a spectacular range of street food, from traditional classics to innovative fusion dishes designed by our Executive Chef and his team.
You will find the layouts all the same in all the restaurants. You take a seat and you will have a conveyor belt bring around various pre-made sushi dishes. They are placed on different coloured plates. Ranging from green (£3.50) up to grey (£5.50). Of course, the prices are based on where we ate. However, you may find the prices differ depending on where you dine.
It is incredibly easy to spend a small fortune here. You find yourself grazing on the bountiful freshly made sushi as it slowly moves past your table, slowly collecting a mountain of plates. As you can see we gathered quite a few.
Don’t get me wrong, the sushi here was good. Had we not experienced the best sushi we have ever tasted while in Sydney a couple of years ago. We would say that the food at Yo Sushi was great. However, the sushi isn’t prepared to order, and the care given could be better. The hot dishes, however, are cooked to order and brought to your table.
Do you fancy learning about the art that is sushi rolling? You can by paying to go to one of their many Sushi School’s that they have. You will find that most are in the flagship stores in London.
If its just a meal you are after you can Find a YO! Here