There was a time when British food got a pretty bad rap.
Along with dowdy clothes and the grim weather, the great British diet was as good a reason for staying away as you could wish for.
But times change – and in the case of cuisine they have changed immeasurably for the better.
The clothes are brighter and better cut than they used to be, and whilst it’s true that the weather still takes time to get used to the food is now just about as good as it gets. Or at least it is if you know where to find it.
Truth is, if you’re travelling alone or on a budget, restaurants can be expensive, and just plain awkward. Sometimes a takeaway is a much more comforting and relaxing way to eat.
The nice people at JUST EAT have simplified things for visitors to this strange land by conjuring up a list that tells you with 100% accuracy where you will find the finest fare in town.
Check out for yourself where to find the very best sushi in London.
Based on the Tried & Tasted reviews of hundreds of sushi fans, JUST EAT have been able to identify what everyone agrees are the very best sushi specialists throughout England’s capital city. And what is better, they’ll deliver the food direct to you – wherever you may be.
One other nice thing about the JUST EAT list is that it’s not solely restricted to sushi – and nor is it just restricted to London.
You can name your city – wherever you’re heading – and be safe and certain in the knowledge that whatever else may befall you, the great British takeaway will not let you down.
You can name your city and be safe in the knowledge that the great British takeaway will not let you dow
From Land’s End to John O’Groats JUST EAT have been collating the views of customers in order to ensure that everyone, no matter how unfamiliar with the locality they may be, can be guaranteed to feed on the finest takeaways known to woman.
That means that all you’ll have to worry about is what to wear – although the fickle British weather can make that a bit harder to get right than you might imagine.
The sunshine might be tricky, but thanks to JUST EAT at least you’ll know where you are with the sushi.