We are a family of Japanese food-lovers and our teenagers couldn't resist the thought of sushi when we were looking for somewhere to have lunch when shopping in Perigueux the other day. We popped in to have a look and met a Japanese chef at work and two polite and welcoming waiting staff, one of which spoke excellent English. There were some dated and tacky aspects about the restaurant, but we were convinced to give it a try and were not disappointed. The sushi was simple and traditional but excellent and the fish was as fresh and delicious as any top level Japanese. I would recommend choosing one the shared sushi platters if you are adventurous. In comparison the brochettes were a bit boring. Four of us ended up with more than we could eat (even with two ravenous teenage boys to feed) for around 90 Euros (at the time about £16 per head).
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