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Where to Eat: Sushi in Brighton

16 August 2019 | Maisy Farren

Spotlight on: Moshimo 
 
Guilt free sushi is on the menu here at Moshimo, as by eating with them you’re also supporting their charity, Fishlove. Fishlove campaign alongside big-name celebrities to demand that EU fisheries ministers act to ensure the clean and healthy seas that they promised for 2020. The restaurant supports this by cutting any fish that’s in danger of being overfished out of their menu, and by actively encouraging customers to try more of their vegan and vegetarian dishes! 
 
As for the food, they offer plenty of traditional Japanese flavour combinations and make all of their famous sauces in house, ensuring excellent quality. They have a classic sushi conveyor belt with colour coded plates of Maki, Nigri and various plant-based dishes such as Avocado Hosomaki, but you can also get dishes like Sashimi and Crispy Temaki Handrolls to order. If you’re coming with a big group then perhaps grab one of their Sushi Boats, with a special selection of the chef’s favourite dishes! Not fans of fish? There are also plenty of non-fishy options on the menu, including a large tapas menu and regular Japanese main meals like Chicken Katsu Curry
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Best of the rest: 
 
Happy Maki 
8 Pool Valley, Brighton, BN1 1PN
 
What? Vegan sushi burritos! 
Where? Just around the corner from East Street Tap. 
Why? This casual dining spot is 100% vegan and promises to plant a tree and feed a child with every wrap you buy – meaning it’d be rude not to buy one! Check out more of our favourite vegan spots in Brighton here
 
Yo! Sushi 
6-7 Jubilee Street, Brighton, BN1 1GE 
 
What? Popular sushi chain restaurant with cool brightly coloured décor. 
Where? Opposite the big Pizza Express on Jubilee Street. 
Why? There might be one in every city, but Yo! Sushi’s actually pretty decent sushi! Get drawn in by the funky colours and enticing conveyor belt, leave contented and full of wonderful Japanese food! 
 
O’Shio 
87 – 88 Trafalgar Street, Brighton, BN1 4ER
 
What? Quality restaurant serving Japanese sushi and tasty Korean cuisine. 
Where? Down the road from the train station, just before the North Laines begin. 
Why? A family owned restaurant by a chef trained in Korea and having worked in Korea, Japan and London. Combining authentic Japanese flavours and the heat of Korean cuisine, this restaurant is a delightful spot for East Asian dining. 
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