Find this bargain Japanese restaurant up an escalator close to the main branch of W.H. Smith. Yo Sushi was started by Simon Woodroffe in 1997, and has continued to grow into a good chain of sushi restaurants. They were the first to successfully introduce the conveyor belt system of displaying food to Britain - the idea being you sit at the counter and choose your dish/dishes as the sushi and sashimi glide by.
The price you pay depends on your hunger, the conveyor belt dishes are colour coded, donating their price, but for a more elaborate meal hot dishes (such as excellent 'Miso Black Cod') are excellent, but can bump the price up.
There are also main courses, such as ‘Chicken Teriyaki’; ’Spicy Seafood Donburi’ and various Curries.
- Food Style: Japanese
- Lunch: all week 12.00-21.30; Dishes about £3 to £7; mains about £10
- Dinner: all week 12.00-21.30; Dishes about £3 to £7; mains about £10
- Wine: a concise list, has modest mark-ups, and is backed up by Japanese beer, tea & sake
- Children's portions: Yes
- Wheelchair access: If you can manage an escalator
- Nearest station: Victoria Rail & Underground
- Directions: See the map on this page
- Air conditioned