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is a laid back japanese joint which features dishes served on a conveyor belt, think Yo Sushi but a bit more upmarket. And we’re sorry but sitting around a conveyor belt picking dishes as they fly past your nose will never fail to impress us.

There’s two branches of K10, we visited the Appold Street which has floor to ceiling windows, a larger conveyor belt and water taps at the dining stations. Pull up a chair and you’re good to go.

k101Whilst most dishes go on the belt, you order hot/specials/drinks from the waitress. We tried a huge selection of dishes and we have to say we couldn’t fault any of them. Of the lot our favourites were the Black Cod which came with Kimchee, the super soft and sticky Chicken Terryaki with rice, the punchy salmon ceviche and the salmon sushi roll with sundried tomatoes. There’s also a good selection of meaty dishes for those who get scared by the word sushi. Add a glass of prosecco and you’ve got a killer lunch or quick dinner.

3 Appold Street, London EC2A 2AF