It may be a little hard to spot as the outside can look like a run down shop front with no signage, but once you step inside you will instantly feel warm and comfortable and ready to eat. The interior at Omoni is modern with a touch of vintage with minimalistic décor and seating. If it is too busy you can always sit at the bar to eat and watch the kitchen in action. So if you are going with more than two people or on a weekend it may be best to book.
As well as serving some of the best sushi in Berlin they also offer Korean BBQ and noodle dishes plus a large selection of different teas to compliment your meal. At around €8.50 for a main meal, the prices are affordable and you can easily eat your fill of sushi before you waddle out into Berlin city for more adventures.