There are two inspirations for this blog posts. The first is that many of our clients prefer to become better acquainted with our beautiful girls before enjoying the Guilty pleasures of an erotic tantric massage. Particularly regular clients who know developing further intimacy with their masseuse will better equip her to fulfill his desires and improve his overall health based on his specific quirks. Oh, and those who enjoy the company of a beautiful woman – who doesn’t? The second and related inspiration is the unique primary ingredient of nuru massage gel, nori, also one the of the base ingredients of sushi. With many world class sushi restaurants on our doorstep in central London, we are providing the followings tips on the perfect spots to enjoy Japanese cuisine prior to a erotic nuru massage in London, alone or with a charming masseuse as your date.
Dinings in Marylebone is not only the perfect choice thanks to it’s location in central London’s trendiest high class neighbourhood. It’s delicious menu of Japanese style tapas dishes and sushi has earned this modestly sized restaurant a big reputation. And with former Nobu chefs, Masaki Sugisaki and Keiji Fuku, as it’s founders what else would you expect? Although pricey this place is great value considering the quality of the sushi. Booking is highly advisable.
Sushi Tetsu is a tiny sushi paradise located in the ever more hip Clerkenwell area. With only half a dozen seats reservations here are hard to come by. In addition to this the menu is by no means cheap. So why bother? Because it’s worth it! Within a cute open kitchen you can watch chef Toru Takahashi, again ex-Nobu, prepare the artisanal menu before your very eyes. Booking weeks (even months) in advance is essential but many say it is the best sushi they have tasted in London or beyond. Be that the hype talking or the food, it’s worth finding out!
Yashin Sushi on Kensington High Street offers an unique experience with an experimental a la carte or tasting menu of innovative sushi recipes perfectly complimented by a wide range of sakes. Time Out describes this stylish joint as “a must” for anyone who likes sushi as it offers an entirely new experience of unique flavour combinations and never before tried recipes. Booking not essential but advisable.