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The sushi bar that looks normal from the outside but stunning on the inside

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From the outside you wouldn’t really think that this Sheffield Sushi bar was much to shout about.

However, as soon as you step through the doors of the restaurant in West Street you are transported to another world with stunning decor that will take your breath away.

Tsuki offers a unique Japanese dining experience right in the centre of Sheffield in simply beautiful surroundings.

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And from the moment you step inside you are treated to a modern space full to the brim with touches that make it an incredible setting to dine in.

From centrepiece interwoven lights on the ceiling, a circular bar with stunning flowers and lights to blue lights creating an exciting and welcoming setting.

This is all alongside traditional Japanese decoration such as cherry blossom flowers and lanterns.

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And it seems that it is not just the decor that customers are raving about – those who have dined there also say that the food is fantastic.

The reviews have even earned the Sheffield city centre restaurant a four-star rating on Tripadvisor.

One reviewer who visited the restaurant and gave it five stars just five days ago said that they wished that could have given them even more.

They said: “I originally booked a table for 6pm on a Friday evening but when myself and my partner both got off work early I called the restaurant and asked if we could change the table to a little earlier, the staff were very friendly and accommodating and managed to squeeze us in at 4:30 instead.

“Upon arrival we were shown to our table by a member of staff who explained the use of a tablet on which we would be ordering all our food and drinks.

The inside of Tsuki
The inside of Tsuki
(Image: TripAdvisor)

“We both chose to order from the baikingu menu, which is an all you can eat menu.

“You are able to order 5 dishes each every 15 minutes for two hours.

“All the food was freshly prepared in the open kitchen and between the two of us we ate a total of 22 dishes, most of which we shared just so we could attempt to try as many different things as possible.

“The kitchen and waiting staff were quick with cooking bringing out the food and we were amazed at the high quality and beautiful presentation of every single dish we tried given how busy the restaurant was.

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“The drinks prices were average for a Sheffield bar/restaurant. I ordered both a pina colada and a tequila sunrise, both beautifully prepared and garnished.

“Our bill was less than £100, which with two cocktails, two lagers, and the 22 dishes we ate is in my eyes great value for money.”

Another reviewer said that it was there “favourite spot” in the city.

Just one of the dishes on offer at Tsuki
Just one of the dishes on offer at Tsuki
(Image: TripAdvisor)

They said: “Honestly, Tsuki is my favourite spot in Sheffield and when the date of indoor eating were announced Tsuki was the first place I booked for my birthday.

“And I was not disappointed. Our server was great, really explained everything to those who hadn’t been before, was clear about the waste food charge and how drinks and dessert were separate to the all you can eat menu.

“The food was made fresh to order and tasted fantastic. I’m so glad to seat the place booked solid and that the quality of food and service was just as good as before.

“Highly recommend the Unagi and seared belly salmon nigiri.”

Written by: Rother Radio News


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