Way back in 1994 Caroline Bennett founded Moshi Moshi and started the kaiten-sushi revolution, simply because she loved sushi and was convinced other Londoners would as well. Since then, the restaurant has stuck to time-honoured Japanese tradition, serving authentic Japanese food made by sushi masters of many years experience. Caroline is at the forefront of campaigns to protect fish stocks, and has won a number of awards, including the prestigious Green Apple Award for the Environment, the RSPCA Award for Animal Welfare, and she was lauded as a 2009 international Seafood Champion by SeaWeb's Seafood Choices. Moshi Moshi was one of the first five restaurants in the UK to achieve Marine Stewardship Council accreditation.Caroline was the author of Sushi 500 published in 2013.
She sat on the Board of Slow Food and remains involved through their sister organisation Slow Fish,and works with Pisces Responsible Fish Restaurant to build links between ethically-minded inshore fisherman and London's restaurants.