Taste of London: Yo Sushi and The Chelsea Potter (Part Two)

On our way to Notting Hill, we were looking for something quick and filling for lunch. At the Fulham Broadway Mall, there is a Yo Sushi which offers various rolls, sashimi, and rice dishes all served on a conveyor belt to your table. I have always read about this concept, but hadn’t tried it yet; so, I was excited to see how it works first-hand.

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Yo Sushi dining floor and kitchen

I began lunch with an unlimited bowl of miso soup that was flavored quite well. I additionally, had beef tataki, salmon sashimi, and a duck roll which were all good. The price wasn’t too bad, but can add up since each dish comes with a separate price, so meals can add up quite quickly.

After our extensive tour of Notting Hill, we headed back to Kings Road to the Chelsea Potter for dinner. I finally had fish and chips. Nothing exciting to write about. It tasted like fried fish and regular french fries.

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Fish and Chips at Chelsea Potter

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