Yoh Sushi Selfridges London
400 Oxford Street, London W1C 2PL
- Bond Street Tube Station (0.2 km)
- Marble Arch Tube Station (0.4 km)
- Contact us:
020 7318 7790
- Opening hours:
daily 09.00 20.00
154 Victoria Road, Wolverhampton, West Midlands WV11 1RL
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10 reviews of Yoh Sushi Selfridges London in English
mmmm. put some sushi in front of me and I'm a very happy lady indeed! this place doesn't disappoint.... the sushi is great quality.. the staff are inviting and friendly and when you finish you can stroll around the many departments that is selfridges...
I absolutely love Mo's Bacon Bar. Dark chocolate and smoked bacon bits? What's not to like? I thought the saltiness of the bacon complemented the bitterness of the chocolate incredibly well.
Admittedly, it's one of those Marmite experiences: you'll either love it or you'll hate it, there's no in-between.
I first tried this while I was in New York, and was thrilled to find it had made its way to London a month after my return. What I wasn't so thrilled by was the price. I'd purchased my bar for about $6 in the US, and balked at having to pay £5.99 for a bar here. Still, I happened to chance upon Selfridges clearing their stock out and purchased 5 bars for £5. Heh.
Walking by yesterday, they didn't seem to have Mo's Bacon Bar anymore. They did have about eight or nine other flavours, and, if you happen to see the peanut butter sea salt caramel cup, I'd recommend that too.
A few months ago a lovely friend of mine bought me 2 very special bottles from vom fas- one filled with extra virgin olive oil with lemon, and another with apple balsam vinegar. Each bottle was personalised with a little message and my name.
Well, i have enjoyed using my presents for dressing salads, roasting veg, marinating meat, rubbing into chicken then popping in the oven, dipping bread in before devouring…. and i have even enjoyed just looking at the pretty bottles catching the light on the side in my kitchen!
Finally the sad day came when the bottles were empty… so off i trooped to selfridges to see about getting some more. I discovered that if you take back your initial bottles they refill them for you, and whilst the bottles are pricy, the oils and vinegar themselves are pretty reasonable for the quality.
After an enjoyable 20mins tasting the different oils and vinegars with the little pieces of bread the staff will give you, i settled on cassis balsam vinegar and olive oil with herbs. There were lots more i wanted to try… each one seemed more tasty than the next!
Vom fass has apparently extended its uk operations- and there is a store in Windsor which i have failed to notice in all my time living there, so in future that will save me facing the tourist scrum that is selfridges food hall!
I also asked if you can take a 'non vom fass’ bottle in to be filled- and you can! So take your empty average supermarket oil bottle down and come home with something that bit more special.
Perfect place for gifts, and even more perfect to bring out the foodie in us all!
OMG! Bacon chocolate! I had to buy 2 packs (£5.99 each), one to eat myself and one to give away. Salty cripy bits embedded in milk chocolate has to be one of the weirdest experinces I have had, and that includes Wasabi chocolate fromk Montezuma’s!
There are many flavours available from Selfridges, but I go there just to look and drool generally.
A great place to buy original gifts for a special someone. Ideal if you want something thats a little bit out of the ordinary, that someone else definatly wont have bought! I loved the personalization of the bottles - a really special touch.
I first experienced Vosges chocolate when I was in America. They have a vast array of flavours such as chilli, green tea, peanut brittle and bacon. Yes, you did just read right they sell bacon chocolate! Mo’s bacon to be precise. Just think of Mo as a chocolate pig and that might be an easier way to make this prospect appetising.
I have tried a bit and it really was interesting, the smokey, saltiness of the bacon, contrasting well with some very well made chocolate that doesn’t have the Hershey dried vomit aftertaste in the back of the throat.
It’s something to be tried if you are an adventurous carnivore. But there are many other flavours to choose from, if bacon chocolate is a step too far into the realm of gastro food. A bar of this would make a great present for any Heston Blumenthal wannabe’s that you might know.
The bars aren’t cheap at £6 per bar, but you are paying for something artisan and very unique.
Vom Fass is a little shop lost in the immensity of selfridges in between the food hall and the chocolate bit.
it is the place to go to find original presents. the idea is simple and remind slightly of the teddy bears factories for the kids. you choose a bottle, the shape you want, it can be a heart, a female or male body, a shoe, a normal bottle an artistic one, pretty much anything actually. then you choose what you will put in the bottle. they have a wide range of things. looking for present for granma? go for one of the 2O different sorts of oils (olive of course but also pistachio, chillie, almonds, walnut, basil...) or vinegar (chillie, mango, basalmic, etc) or take both in the bottles especially made for that. they also have fantastic coktails already made and liquors and alcohols. one of the must at christmas was the vodka and fig one: just a sip of it would send you straight to could 9. they also have brandies, rums, old calvados, amaretto, tiramisu etc.
all that is left is to have something written on the bottle, to choose a stopper if you want one and to have it wrapped. not that expensive (average of £15 for a bottle but it all depends on how much you want and how luxury it is.
the perfect gift idea
On the lower floor of Selfridges in the "food hall" behind many stalls with all different type of superb quality food, one can find the Japanes Yoh Sushi bar, that is part of a Japanese food chain with many sushi bars in London and surround. The most important quality with Japanase food is the freshnes, which is absolutely excellent in this place. There are always many people in the que but still serving is fast. The prices for the portions are moderate, let's say value for money. Try the salmon sashimi or any from the nice Japanes soups with those typical white thick noodles. A good combination. The miso soup is just 1 pound with re-fillings fro free. Be aware that you need to eat with chop-sticks but if unknown, the waiters are happy to teach you. Try it, it is an experience, not to compare with any other type of food. Beside that all, it is highly healthy and don't ad points to your cholestorol. Have a happy sushi !
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