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Flesh & Buns Covent Garden

I am a lover of Sushi and freshly prepared tasty food.  I appreciate the thought that goes into the presentation of dishes so when I heard about Flesh and Buns from a number of foodie bloggers at various events who said it was one of the best restaurant they had been to in London, well I simply had to pay them a visit.

 Flesh and Buns is situated in Covent Garden and serves Japanese food which I must say is truly exquisite.  I made sure that we ordered a range of the dishes in order to make a fair assessment of the quality of food and every single dish ordered was fantastic.  My friend and I opted for a non- alcoholic beverage .  I set about studying the drinks menu and proceeded to order a mocktail with fresh blueberries and my friend had one with fresh passion fruit, both were extremely yummy!



 What can I say the food did not fail to impress.  We had a lovely mix of dishes from sushi to cooked food including the flesh and buns which were fantastic.

Be warned major FOOD PORN!!!!!!

Fresh Sashimi is always a winner.

P1150448The mixed seafood ceviche might not have been a very large portion but it was big on tangy, spicy flavour.P1150456P1150461





This was by first experience of flesh and buns and it was interesting to see how well the various flavours went with each other.






The Japanese pepper squid had a delicious light crunchy batter and went well with a squeeze of lime.


You can see that the soft shell crab pictured below is nice and crunchy but what you can’t see is how moist and soft the inside was.


All the food was cooked to perfection, nothing was overcooked or greasy.  On tasting it was obvious that fresh ingredients had been used for each dish.  The food was all beautifully presented.  There was a great variety of food to suit every one whether or not you eat raw fish.  This is a great restaurant and I have to agree with the other food bloggers this restaurant really is a hidden gem that anyone in London or visiting should try as it really is a treat.

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This Post Has 20 Comments

  1. looks delicious, but its my worst nightmare! 🙁 I hate seafood

  2. The food looks amazing 🙂 Thanks for the review

  3. The duck looks really nice. I’m not keen on sushi or raw fish but I could eat vegetable based sushi.

    1. You will have loads to chose from even if you don’t eat sushi and their food is lovely.

  4. those drinks look really nice

    1. The food here is great too! 😉

  5. looks yummy it’s making me hungry x

    1. It was great, I’m hoping to go yet again very soon.

  6. It all looks very tasty and refreshing.

    1. It was amazing, if you can try them!!! 😉

  7. Wow – it all looks amazing – would love to try it!

    1. It is. This is one of the best restaurants in London.

  8. This looks fantastic
    Can’t wait to try next time I’m in london

  9. is this new? I’ve only just heard of this as I always go to sticks n sushi in Covent Garden. this looks so good

  10. Everything looks so delicious! I would love to try that crispy crab!

    1. It was gorgeous x

  11. Oh my goodness! Everything looked delicious. I would to give each a try. Yum!

    1. I don’t blame you. The food here was really good!

  12. I have not tried Japanese food but would like to. Am not a fan of sushi though

    1. The great thing is they have a variety of foods.

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