Tsukiji Sushi

The Westbury Hotel, Bond Street, Mayfair
West End London W1S 2YF
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About Tsukiji Sushi

An impressive Japanese restaurant belonging to The Westbury hotel in London’s Mayfair, Tsukiji Sushi is exciting lovers of Eastern food the city over. A positive embodiment of the latest approach to Japanese food, Tsukiji Sushi swaps conveyor belt food for high end styling and creative cookery. In red woods and simple lines, the interior of Tsukiji pays homage to old Japanese architecture yet in an entirely modern way. Head chef Show Choong, approaches his job with imagination and skill, using healthy, often organic and seasonal ingredients in his regularly changing combination of traditional and modern dishes, both hot and cold, almost entirely based around fish and seafood, creating a unique approach to sushi which will delight both newcomers and connoisseurs.

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Great quality sushi, service left a bit to be desired this time, though the chef made up for it!

The sushis and rolls were good but Black cod size is ridiculously small. I have been there before and the size was a lot bigger when I made the comment to the Manager his answer was very disappointing just pretending that it has always been the same size.

as always was the experience at tsukiji sushi on conduit street outstanding. great food, service and value. a bonus as tsukiji sushi always is that it is a quiet restaurant in london

Tsukiji, The Westbury Hotel, Bond Street, Mayfair, London, W1S 2YF

Service good, food especially fried octopus and steamed soft shell crab v.good, surprised no plum wine or substitute on offer, otherwise very enjoyable. MAP

Small and cosy. Food is good, the only problem is the waiters seem to be in a rush free your table.

Tsukiji Sushi in Mayfair- Good food but expensive.

The ambience and service of Tsukiji Sushi are very good. The fried octobus started was excellent. Reagrds

Mark P

Tsukiji Sushi was OK. the service was a little stiff but professional. The sashimi was ok and the nigiri good but not exceptional.

the miso cod was very good and overall it was a pleasant experience BUT it's expensive and not as good as Nizuni or Zuma in any way


Tsukiji (Westbury Hotel, Mayfair) offers good range of fresh sashimi/sushi. Service was good, the chef offered me extra pieces as compliement which was nice! Environment would have been better if there is partition between the main door and the restaurant to avoid cold drafts when the door opens.

Food was very good, service was not as good as the food. But would probably go back.

Very good food, service was helpful and atmosphere relaxing and many people eating.

We Went to the Tsukiji Sushi at the Westbury Hotel which is incorrectly described as being in Bond Street London when it is in fact located at 37 Conduit Street W1S 2YF. This was a Birthday treat for my Partner so I wanted it to be very good experience and it was. We ordered the set Sushi Lunch which in my opinion was great value for money. The Sushi was very fresh and I was pleased that they sold Champagne by the glass. We were not hungry for the rest of the day and no fishy burps at all!

Food: good quality sashimi and nigiri, but not particularly outstanding. Service: abit slow to receive food. Ambience: nice small cosy restaurant with sushi bar. Value: expensive tempura: £13.50 for 4 pieces of ebi! Toilets: good. Overall, would probably not try again as there are many other Japanese restaurants out there

Excellent seafood food, first rate, I would recommend for lunch meetings

Tsukiji is a small restaurant but very good valve for money. would have liked to see more sushi rolls on the menu though.

We had lunch at Tsukiji Sushi yesterday and cannot stop taking about the quality of the food! My colleague had the scallops as his starter and I went with the Oysters amazing how fresh they were. We then went for the assorted Sushi A & B which was the best we have tasted. I cannot wait for an excuse to return to Tsukiji Sushi.

Tsukiji Sushi is an intimate restaurant with attentive staff and top grade sushi/sashimi. Grilled Miso Duck and Black Cod were phenomenal. Seasame Creme brulee was lovely but wine list bit thin.

Excellent service and the freshest sushi were given at Tsukji Sushi at the Westbury Hotel in Mayfair. I highly recomend the perfectly cooked Tako Tempura.

Tsukiji Sushi in London was a rather pleasant surprise. The Red Miso soup is a tangy and worthwhile event for the palate. The Service was excellent and for the high quality of the sushi (blessed, blessed fresh fish) it was a great price.

Tsukiji sushi in Mayfair, London offers the freshest sushi in London.