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This little Upper Street Japanese restaurant didn’t look far to choose its name – ‘tenshi’ translates to ‘angel’. It impresses with a wide selection of Japanese dishes: sushi, sashimi and tempura, yaki-soba (fried noodles), katsu curry and udon noodle soups. There’s even a selection of okonomiyaki, those hearty Japanese ‘cabbage pancakes’ which come with various toppings and lashings of mayonnaise and Worcestershire-style okonomiyaki sauce. Finish off the meal with some black sesame ice-cream or various aduki bean desserts.