Sushi Day is around the corner (June 18th) – see below for some of the best places for Sushi in London

Sexy Fish is an Asian restaurant in Mayfair and bar located on the corner of Berkeley Square, serving Japanese-inspired sushi, sashimi, seafood, fish and meat cooked on a Robata grill.
Designed by Martin Brudnizki Design Studio and decorated with art by Damien Hirst, Frank Gehry and Michael Roberts, the look and feel is mid-century glamour and opulence. The restaurant and bar is open seven days a week, with a resident DJ daily. A private dining space, The Coral Reef Room, is located on the lower ground floor and houses two of the largest live coral reef tanks in the world.Guests can indulge on Sexy Fish’s menu of sushi platters, skewers and delicious signature dishes. including Sexy Fruit de Mer Platter, piled high with the likes of sashimi, maki, and fresh lobster.

The Ivy Asia, St Pauls

The Ivy Asia, St Pauls, serves Asian inspired dishes in a vibrant and exciting environment. Its menus feature a unique blend of flavours and ingredients taking inspiration from a number of Asian cuisines. They have a selection of small dishes like soft shell crab and grilled tiger prawns, there is also an extensive sushi & sashimi section featuring tuna three ways, Yukhoe steak tartare and yellowtail sashimi as well as large plates such as black cod, duck massaman curry, wagyu beef tataki and Thai sea bass. 

Endo at Television Centre

The intimate and Michelin-starred Endo at Rotunda, situated on the eighth floor of Television Centre’s Helios, reopened its doors to sophisticated fanfare on the 24th May. Third-generation sushi master Endo Kazutoshi serves up his theatrical and world-renowned Omakese for sixteen at a time in this sparkling West London gem in the sky.