Sushi Restaurant near Brick Lane
Sushi first became popular in Britain in the 1970s, but in the past few years it’s popularity has well and truly exploded, largely thanks to the prevalence of fast food sushi bars. It is believed the Queen was served this type of food by Crown Prince Akihito at the time of her coronation in 1953.
The earliest form of this popular food was believed to originate in the paddy fields along the Mekong river in Southeast Asia, in the 2nd century AD.
For a beautiful sushi restaurant near Brick Lane, simple come along to SanJuo where we specialise in the best Japanese cuisine, including a wide selection of sushi. At our lovely restaurant you can order a small portion of sushi for only £7.50 with vegetarian options available on the menu.
We are located in Shoreditch so are only 9 minutes away from Brick Lane, making us ideal for anybody whose passing by on their way home from work, or wants somewhere special to eat out this Christmas.
If you’re looking for a sushi restaurant near Brick Lane, why not check out our menu today?
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