If you're after vegetarian food with a twist, Sushi Kitchen is the right place. Be warned that you need to remove your shoes at the entrance and leave them at the flight of stairs before you can go in.
Seating is mainly tatami style though they have 3 or 4 normal tables and chairs at the side. There are a couple of cosy nooks next to a window and benches covered with potted ferns. Floor cushions and stuffed toys are scattered around on the wooden floors.
Sushi Kitchen's trademark is its recycled kitsch chic decor. Nothing is considered trash here and you can spot many nostalgic items on display here. Can you remember these old F&N soft drink bottles? I can vaguely remember seeing those glass bottles with the red and yellow labels before.
Check out this old kitchen cupboard with mesh covered panel doors. Sushi Kitchen also has an eclectic collection of books there for browsing, I spotted the Twilight, Inkheart series in addition to some board games and Chinese books. If you look closely at the side of the cupboard, there's even a calender from the 1970s hanging at the side.
The food is going to be something you either like or dislike and a bit on the pricey side. The sushi platter (yes, there is vegetarian sushi!) is certainly unique and there's even a mock chicken floss covered sushi roll. The Happy Spicy Noodles reminded me of curry mee and was very filling. The Sweet Potato Noodles on the other hand tasted similar to Java mee. All in all, this is a good place to go if you've vegetarian friends and are after something different.