I think it has the best sushi around here. Rice is perfect. Also good Miso soup. A great lunchtime snack
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Ordered some sushi and curry rice, which took very long to be served despite there's little people there at the time (makes sense since this restaurant is so understaffed with only 2 chiefs, who are also the waiters). The food is bland; I saw the...More
Tasteless food served in plastic arrrg :/ !! Woeful tofu noodle watery stock not soup, would have preferred pot-noodles! Large meal not very large and could only imagine the medium size. Sushi badly made but fresh. The only good stuff was the cheap gyoza and...More
Ordered off deliveroo and was quite disappointed. The miso soup was too watery, the gyoza (as another reviewer has said) were not as light as they should be, and were rather heavy, dense, and stodgy. The sushi itself looked very good but didn't have much...More
A real gem on Little Clarendon Street! I met a friend here for lunch and we both had the chicken noodle wonton soup - a bargain at £6.49 with a drink! The man behind the counter was super friendly, and we also bought a bun...More
Ordered the prawn lomen soup noodles. The rice noodles and prawn tasted off. The soup itself didn'thave any taste. The only thing that didn't taste off were the sprigs of coriander and beansprouts. The portion was tiny. Despite this, it tasted so bad I couldn't...More
We visited Oxford for the day and wanted somewhere quick and easy to pick up an early dinner that wasn't very expensive with our 5 month old daughter. We also needed somewhere that could cater to my husband's food intolerances (no diary, no gluten, no...More
We ordered deliveroo, the chahan was tasteless, the sushi came with no soy sauce wasabi or ginger, the edamame beans were just beans (not seasoned, not even fully cooked), even the kimchi was somehow bland even though presumably they just had to take it out...More
The gyoza here aren't too bad but they're not really gyoza - more like beijing dumplings. It's never very busy so I'm too nervous to try the sushi.
Although not overly aesthetically pleasing Moshi is perfect for eating something quick and filling on a lunch break. The tofu in their vegetarian dishes is some of the best I've eaten. Portion sizes are large and good value for money.