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Haikuisine: Nanakusa, Glasgow

Here's our brand new way of reviewing a restaurant in a digestible chunk, paying homage to the Japanese haiku art form.

Nanakusa. Photo: Fei Low
Nanakusa. Photo: Fei Low

Located on Sauchiehall Street, Nanakusa is something of a Glasgow institution for superior Japanese food. It has enjoyed a steady ascent to fame since opening, offering rice, curry and noodle dishes, as well as a selection of sushi and sashimi options all of which are freshly prepared and cooked on-site. Where better to review in Japanese form than an authentic Japanese restuarant?

The Haiku

Next to Kamo duck,

Thin veg like geisha's hair sticks

Bring to mind Japan.

The average cost of dinner for two without drinks at Nanakusa, 441 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow, G2 3LG is around £30 (Kamo duck is £8.50). For more information visit www.nanakusa.co.uk

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