I love love love love Ta-Maki sushi. Did I mention I love it? Without doubt the best sushi I have found in London. I agree with other reviews - it's a bit more expensive than other places but it's so worth it. It's about £1 cheaper to take away than 'eat in' so I usual eat it at home or in the park!
They do really good curry and rice which is a much cheaper meal - about £4.
I think the best description of this place would be a Japanese takeaway cum diner. It's located on the upper level of Centre Court Shopping Centre with another branch inside Wimbledon station
Their main business if takeaway, either from the refrigerated section or from the counter for their hot food. There are also 4 stools to sit on if you want to eat in.
They offer pre-packed sushi and sashimi in the cold section. At £8, the tuna and salmon sashimi isn't cheap but good for pre-packed. I've been offered free samples of their curries from the hot section but haven't had any yet - I just find Japanese curry inferior to the south east Asian ones I'm used to
Good for a snack
Nothing amazing about this sushi takeaway spot, but it's pretty decent. Prices are higher than other similar places throughout the city, but the quality was alright. I have had better and I have certainly had worse! Nothing exciting, but the salmon was passably good. Service was a little short, but I was just grabbing a pack of salmon maki from the cooler, so I wasn't too put out.
One of my favourites for a quick meal in Wimbledon. Not the cheapest, but then again I would rather pay a bit more and avoid the fast food alternatives. The Japanese curry they do is lovely, the staff are very friendly and their reward card (which gets you a free sushi tray after you have bought a certain number of dishes) keeps me coming back for more!
The branch inside Wimbledon station is now closed.
I really like the sushi there. Futumaki is tasty, especially the Vegetable Wrapped with Salmon. Try also the Katsu Rolls. The ingredients are fresh and you won't regret if you order from there.
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