Newcastle upon Tyne, England, United Kingdom
June 27, 2005
The restaurant is sleek and modern, and you can sit at one of the stools by the window or a table. Toward the rear, a couple of the tables are on comfy booths.
The staff all speak English and are very helpful. There is whole list of sushi items to pick from, but my advice is to go for one of the two set meals, which includes either sweetcorn and prawn soup or miso, then a slection of sushi and sashimi, followed by a pudding - either the wonderful green tea tiramsu or a green tea frozen yoghurt. One of the set meals also includes a mug of green tea.
Sake is available, along with a wide range of other soft and alcoholic drinks.
Sushimama is not a vague attempt at a sushi bar in a Slovene style (as can be the case when new cuisines arrive sometimes--look out for my forthcoming review of a curry house in Poland)- it is the real thing and very good too!
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