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Sugoi JPN

Old Spitalfields Market Brushfield St London


Sugoi is a Japanese superlative, is an exclamation linked to the positive admiration of a talent or power, very used in Japan to describe something that is wonderful or incredible (Cool-Awesome). JPN is the acronym or the international abbreviation for the country of the risen sun. It would be interpreted by the guest as the incredible power of Japan, its cuisine, but with a happy Latin twist.

Inspired in Piss Alley street food market (Tokyo) and Latin American’s (Mexico & Venezuela) street food stalls, we are taking and fusion the best of the Latin and Japanese, traditions, culture and flavors to get a new hardcore street food delivery concept, noritacos, 100% fresh & fun..

Nori: The Japanese name for edible seaweed it is used chiefly as an ingredient to wrap sushi.

Taco: A traditional Mexican dish consisting of a corn or wheat tortilla folded or rolled around a filling.

Nori + Taco = Noritaco: A crispy seaweed tempura shell with Japanese-Latin fusion fillings.