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You'll never guess where to find the best sushi in North London

thakurmatthew | Feb 11, 201911:15 AM    

It doesn't look promising. An unremarkable row of shops near a station at the top end of the northern line in High Barnet. A charity shop on one side, a hairdresser on the other. The first thing you might notice about Sushi Sashimi Fuji Foods is that it doesn't even have a website, so you have to find it via their Google maps entry. But once you find it... I confess to being hooked on their incredibly fresh, inventive and extremely good value sushi. I'm still amazed that they make everything I have ordered there to order - choose a sushi box from their little menu and it will be created before your eyes. They also sell Japanese groceries, ice cream, sushi grade fish and lots of other things that are hard to find. You won't find a better family run sushi place in London - fact!

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