Kulu Kulu (London) Reviews
Newest Review: ... you're after a genuine Japanese kaiten zushi bar, then look no further than this small, plain, low-key but cracking place on Brewer Street (Soho's mini Japan Town). Most of the seats are arranged around the central conveyor belt, along which comes a consistently excellent range of dishes, such as maguro, kura and ebi katsu. And the prices are some of the lowest in town. You'll have to have a major hunger to part with much more than a tenner. ... more
Customer Kulu Kulu (London) Reviews (2)
by - written on 29/08/00, updated on 29/08/00 (Useful, 38 readings)
If you're after a genuine Japanese kaiten zushi bar, then look no further than this small, plain, low-key but cracking place on Brewer Street (Soho's mini Japan Town). Most of the seats are arranged around the central conveyor belt, along which comes a consistently excellent range of dishes, such as maguro, kura and ebi katsu. And the prices are some of the lowest in town. You'll have to have a major hunger to part with much more than a tenner. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/07/00, updated on 03/07/00 (Very useful, 84 readings)
I know..the name sounds funny..but the food is great, that is if you like Japanese food. This quaint sushi bar is situated in Piccadilly Circus, in a row of shops that house several other Japanese restaurants. I like the cosy atmosphere. You help yourself to dishes which move in front of you eyes on a conveyor belt. Dishes are priced from £1.20 (salads, veggies, tuna & cucumber rolls etc) to £3.00 (hand rolled sushi, deep fried prawns). You can also order specially made miso soups. The thing is you need to keep tap of what you're taking otherwise you might spend more than you planned. And this is easy to do once you sample the delicious food and can ... Read the complete review
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