A modern evolution of sushi in Golders Green

The epitome of feasting with your eyesI had the very good fortune of being invited along to a tasting before the opening of Sushi Cafelicious in Golders Green this evening.  I couldn’t think of a better way to finish the week!  There was a wide range of the most exquisite looking sushi I have ever seen.

The philosophy of this cafe and takeaway is healthy sushi with a modern twist.  There is a great selection of vegetarian sushi along with a range of the usual sushi toppings including salmon, prawn and squid.  However, they are all temari sushi which is a perfect, mouthful of sushi formed into a ball.  The sushi rice was cooked to perfection and melts in the mouth. 

There are several other delicous varieties of sushi, an inside out futomaki roll, a cup of brown rice with a selection of toppings including Japanese vegetables, tofu, unagi and pork.  You then get a choice of mouthwateringly Sushi Cafelicious homemade dressings; sesame, basil or teriyaki sauce.

And finally, there was a sushi cake with a tamagoyaki omelette outside and rice mixed with five grains.  If all goes according to plan, you will be able to purchase a slice of healthy and nutritious cake for lunch from 30 July.

Open from 11am – 5pm, Tuesday to Sunday, Sushi Cafelicious is found at 2 North End Road, Golders Green, NW11 7PH right on the junction opposite Golders Green station – it will certainly be worth a visit but be careful, you may just get hooked!


4 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by みほ on July 18, 2010 at 12:13 am



  2. […] cafelicious”が オープンしました!! オープニングの様子 sushi […]


  3. Posted by momo on August 22, 2010 at 5:58 pm

    hi sarah!

    I have been enjoying your posting lots with my husband,well he is south african and i am japanese,both are living in london:)we love japanese meal and had tried lots place in london,i will come and visit some of your recomends soon 🙂

    thank you!


    • Hi Momo

      Glad to hear you have been enjoying my blog. I actually have a new recommendation. This time it’s a Japanese fusion restaurant called “Chino Latino” and it’s located in Park Plaza Riverbank hotel. The quality of their sushi and tempura is excellent and presentation of all dishes is impressive. They even serve food on hot stones! Personally, I love what they do with tofu – the tofu marinated in mirin and soya sauce is really nice. Check out their website – http://www.chinolatino.eu/london!


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