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popped into the launch of Tsuru’s third restaurant last week to see what was going down. This was our first visit to Tsuru and a great way to break our virginity as we got to sample most of the goods on offer. We were particularly impressed with the Chicken Kara-age, Prawn Tempura, Chicken Negima and tuna sashimi, in fact we quite liked it all.

Everything was made fresh and as quick as it left the kitchen the plates were empty. Although we didn’t pay it seemed reasonably priced, definitely somewhere we’d go back for a relaxed dinner or lunch.

Tsuru, 15 Queen Street, EC4N