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Sushi Restaurants in Piccadilly Circus, London

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Sushi is a wildly popular lunch and dinner option in the centre of London. If you find yourself in town and craving some sushi, you will not need to walk far to get yourself exactly what you are after. However, if you wish to try some of the best of the best, it is worth doing your research and planning in advance. Some of the best sushi vendors in the area can be found in the most unlikely of places. There are no sushi bars directly on Piccadilly Circus, but you will find lots in the surrounding area. We have done our research and eked out some of the best options for you.

This page will give you an overview to the Sushi restaurants in Piccadilly Circus and the surrounding area. You will find the link to a page that I have prepared for you covering the Japanese restaurants in and around Piccadilly Circus. There is also a link to a page with listings of the sushi bar options in Soho - within less than ten minutes' walking distance of Piccadilly Circus. It is one of the best places in the whole area to find good quality sushi. On both listings pages you will find links to more detailed pages, plus insider advice on how to find some of the best sushi joints in the area.

Sushi is not your only option in the area. When you head to Piccadilly Circus you can get your hands on restaurants in the square and the surrounding streets for a variety of taste, ages and budgets. For a guide to eating out in the area, see our Guide to Restaurants in Piccadilly Circus


Sushi restaurants right next to Piccadilly Circus

Itsu Restaurant in Piccadilly Circus
Itsu Restaurant in Piccadilly Circus

There are no sushi restaurants directly on Piccadilly Circus. However, in the surrounding streets you will find a generous helping of options to suit a variety of budgets and tastes.

Lower Regent Street in particular offers a plethora of places to try authentic Japanese cuisine (sushi, in particular).

For a guide to Japanese restaurants in and around Piccadilly Circus, see our

Guide to Japanese Restaurants in Piccadilly Circus Here you will find listings for some of the best sushi restaurants in the area. To find out which offer sushi in particular, simply read the descriptions, which will detail the menus. You will also find advice on how to find some of the best sushi restaurants in the area.


Sushi restaurants

Soho is one of the best areas in the whole of London for finding sushi. Down every street you will find at least one sushi option. You will find everything from high-end sushi restaurants for a fancy night out, to small and informal Japanese specialist shops that also offer eat-in sushi.

For a full guide to what to expect from the Sushi restaurants in Soho, see our Guide to Sushi Restaurants and Sushi Bars in Soho

Here you will find links to detailed pages providing the booking options, contact details and location of each restaurant listed. You will also find advice on how to choose some of the best restaurants in the area.

Don't forget that, in Soho you will be able to come across a whole variety of restaurants offering food from around the world. Some of these are fusion restaurants that will have Sushi influences. Others offer cuisines from different areas in Asia. To find out more about all of the options that are available to you in Soho, see our Guide to Eating Out in Soho

The sushi restaurants in Soho that are closest to Piccadilly Circus include: Kulu Kulu, Taro and Satsuma.

Whether you are a sushi connoisseur or it is your first try, you will certainly not be disappointed by the sushi restaurants in and around Piccadilly Circus. Do some research in advance to ensure that you are getting one of the best of the options that are available. Also, if you are planning on heading to one of the more high-end sushi restaurants, it is worth booking in advance to avoid disappointment. And when you are, if you have any questions, do not be afraid to ask - if you are new to sushi, menus are not always easy to decipher and the staff will be more than happy to explain.


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