Good Japanese food is often difficult to come by in England, so this tiny, unassuming restaurant seems an unlikely venue for the best sushi you're likely to find for miles. Everything is fresh and delicious, from the fragrant miso soup to the light tempura to the sushi platters that are big enough to share. For something heartier, try a bowl of steaming fried noodles or a katsu curry. There are only two drawbacks: the place doesn't take credit cards and doesn't serve alcohol,
although you're welcome to bring your own.