Pham Sushi is serving some of the best affordable sushi in London. And when we say affordable, we don’t mean that you might be able to escape with a bill that cost around the same as your beloved Dyson, dahling. No, we’re talking £18 for a deluxe 16-piece set, including some pretty great nigiri or even some Alaska roll for a fiver. At the bottom of the Heron Tower, it’s a slick space with plenty of red leather and a few Japanese touches. Whether you come here for a business bento box power move or a catch-up with friends, be sure to also get involved in the ebi tempura - we’re big fans.
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