Japanese Restaurants in Waterloo Reviews
Newest Review: ... fish (don't knock it if you haven't tried it!). But it has to be high quality - there are few things nastier than sushi that isn't perfectly fresh. My rule of thumb is, if its smells fishy don't eat it. But I've never had a problem at Inshoku - the types of fish change according to what is available and I think that helps them to ensure that its absolutely fresh. For the wimps (sorry, conservative eaters ;-) ) there's the normal range of Japanese food - teriyaki salmon/ chicken, various types of curry (Japanese, Indian or Thai style), yakisoba (noodles) and rice dishes (such as oyako don). There are also some in... more
Customer Japanese Restaurants in Waterloo Reviews (1)
by - written on 06/08/02, updated on 07/01/05 (Very useful, 1064 readings)
...there lurks a well-kept secret. A fantastic Japanese restaurant, in what initially looks like a particularly grotty bit of station back-end. Inshoku is just behind Waterloo station, at 23/24 Lower Marsh. Its also very close to Lambeth North tube, so its pretty easy to get to and handy for those stuck-at-the-station-knowing-it'll-take-a-good-hour-for-the-mess-to-be-sorted- out moments. Its open 12-3 and 6-11 on weekdays, and 6-11 on Saturdays - this reflects the fact that its surrounded by offices, and so the area is pretty dead at weekends. So, the food. Well, I'm a fan of raw fish (don't knock it if you haven't tried it!). But ... Read the complete review
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