Inigo – a grab n’ go sushi kiosk with a difference – will open in Soho on 11th October.
Created by Australian entrepreneurs Jeremy Bliss and Charlie Hall, of CODE Hospitality, Inigo will bring the Japanese-inspired sushi hand roll to Great Windmill Street. Inigo hand rolls combine what you would expect from a standard futomaki roll with the portability and weightiness of a burrito, finished with a quick blow-torch to deliver a delicious and fresh sushi experience.
The menu will consist of six staple hand rolls plus rotating specials, including traditional Japanese flavours such as the Spicy Tuna hand roll (ponzu-marinated tuna, baby gem lettuce, spicy mayo and crushed wasabi peas) as well as more unusual additions, such as the recent trend-inspired Poke Salmon (miso-cured salmon, avocado, macadamia nuts and pickled daikon). Inigo also caters to vegetarians and vegans with such rolls as the Miso Broccoli (tenderstem broccoli, cucumber, pickled daikon, miso puree and chives).
With prices starting from just £4 and its handy location in central Soho, Inigo should prove to be the perfect lunch spot for hurried workers looking to grab a healthy and substantial bite to eat between meetings. The kiosk will also offer breakfast, salads and daily soup specials, whilst drinks offering will include a concise range of soft and alcoholic drinks, as well as in-house designed hot drinks.
On the new venture, Jeremy comments, “Inigo is a collaboration between friends and disciplines. Sushi hand rolls are a hugely popular meal and snack back home in Australia and we are very excited to bring them to London. The team have crafted a welcoming and beautifully designed environment that focuses on the dedication we will give to our food and customers.”
As an ethically-minded company, Inigo will use sustainably sourced fish from H. Forman & Son and all packaging is compostable. Leftover food will be donated to causes assisting in the plight against food waste.