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Wasabi

A Sushi omnivorous takeaway near Embankment

FSA food hygiene rating (2012-08-28): ★★★★★ (very good)

  • Vegan-friendly sushi

Wasabi is a sushi fast food chain with a number of stores around London. They’re often found in train stations, making it convenient commuter food.

Several of their hot dishes are vegan-friendly (the tofu yakisoba, veg tanmen, veg soumen, and roasted veg yakisoba), as well as most of their vegetable sushi bits (but not the tofu roll, which contains egg).

I’m a fan of Wasabi for a convenient, quick snack if I’m rushing to be somewhere, or as an extra something to tuck into my bag if I think I’ll be peckish later.

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About Nopudding London

Nopudding London was built entirely by Alex Pounds. It's designed as a more geography-centric guide of places to eat. Most veggie listings start with a table of text, but I'm normally trying to answer the question "Where can I get a good meal near _____?". Textual listings aren't very good at that.

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Why only London?

I'm only adding places I've visited, as I'm more interested in making personal recommendations than being comprehensive. There are some other places elsewhere in the world, too, if you go looking for them...

©2011-2017 Alex Pounds, mostly. Icon design by Valeria Romeo. Numbered markers from Steve Taylor.

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