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From the gleaming green marble countertops to the unusually good music, curated by The Kooks’ Luke Pritchard and Rhythm Section’s Bradley Zero, it’s clear that a hell of a lot of care has gone into new Soho sushi hand roll joint Inigo. A big deal in Australia, hand rolls are hunger-sating, readily munchable nori seaweed-covered wraps (not cones) that weirdly haven’t really made it over here – until now. Brought to our shores by Aussie entrepreneur Jeremy Bliss and Charlie Hall, with investment and collaboration from a bunch of starry mates, they’re the perfect grab-and-go lunch or early evening snack for discerning, time-deprived Soho folk. We couldn’t get enough of the spicy tuna and miso salmon rolls, oozing with tangy mayo and melt-in-the-mouth fish supplied by the legendary H. Forman & Sons. A fragrant Vietnamese aubergine salad was also devoured very quickly, washed down with a slug of unnervingly creamy dairy-free pure cacao hot chocolate and a sublime cacao-avo mousse. Vegetarians are well catered-to with miso broccoli obr pickled daikon rolls, plus a wide range of intriguing salad pots, while carnivores can get their flesh fix with teriyaki beef or crispy duck. Get down there quick before the queues start to form…