Review: Sushi shop on North Street, Brighton

SUSHI is trending right now. It’s wholesome, approachable, and makes you sound interesting in the office.

But for those who detest fish, it can be a nightmare. And unfortunately I’m stuck in this camp.

Fish is controversial, there aren’t too many people who “kinda” like it. But I’m happy to report that I’ve been converted after a recent visit to the Sushi Shop on North Street in Brighton.

Many restaurants fail in their first year because their owners enjoy eating out but are unaware of the impact of running one. But franchisee Ahmed Eldessouki is the real deal.

The Argus: Ahmed EldessoukiAhmed Eldessouki

He loves food and has run many successful restaurants in the past. Equally enthusiastic are its staff, who recently returned from a training stint in Paris – which, to my surprise, has found that it is quickly becoming a hotspot for innovative sushi design.

And the training is obvious.

The dishes themselves are exquisite. Traditional offerings such as succulent salmon stuffed with light cream cheese to teriyaki beef with Greek yoghurt – the selection is huge.

Huge healthy poke bowls, light veg gyoza, lovely thick chicken skewer. Everything is just right.

The Argus: A selection of sushi availableA selection of the sushi available

But it’s the fish we came for and the reason we will return. Anchovies, prawns, salmon, tuna – everything is so fresh and so carefully prepared.

Desserts are also top notch. Thinly sliced ​​avocado stuffed with decadent Nutella and sea salt works fabulously paired with mango rice with a sprig of dill for a palate cleanser.

One concept that didn’t make sense was the smile boxes. A bright yellow tub filled with sushi to make you happy.

The Argus: All ingredients are freshly preparedAll ingredients are freshly prepared

It seems out of place here. The restaurant itself is simple, with dark colors and sleek in design, and there are plenty of pre-packaged selection boxes to choose from – so why the Smile Boxes?

However, this is a small point of criticism and a purely visual one.

And so my sushi skepticism was gone and the way was clear for an exciting future of the kitchen, in which Sushi Shop will definitely be a part. Review: Sushi shop on North Street, Brighton

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