The term “omakase” ordinarily implies “I’ll leave it to you”. It’s about trusting the chef or itamae to provide an intimate sushi dining experience. Omakase is not uncommon in London and there have been several restaurants that have adopted the system where the chef will talk you through the quality of fish being served, the source and origins of each ingredient and the manner in which its prepared.

Sushi on Jones is a New York sensation that started on the corner of Great Jones Street (hence the name) and its first international branch across the Atlantic is a scenic spot in Goods Way.

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