Saito-san, am curious about sushi shin. Why is it's tabelog ranking not very high? And do you recommend it?
Hi Saito San, do you heard about 鮨むらやま as per the follow link:https://www.omakase-japan.jp/ja/stores/87212Seem cannot find any information through tabelog
Seems to be a Sushi Yoshitake alum according to some Insta posts.
What are some of the most unique and interesting wagashi shops in Tokyo or Kyoto? Thanks!
Getting some list of french cuisine in Tokyo which are L’effervescence, Quintessence and Floriege. If you get to choose one out of these three, what is your recommendation. Also, any other french restaurants recommendation?. Thank you.
I personally recommend Quintessence, but my trusted foodie friend said Florilege was outstanding. Bon.nu is another French restaurant in Tokyo that serves unique and intriguing food. https://tabelog.com/en/tokyo/A1304/A130401/13184186/
+1 for Florilège. It is outstanding. And personally I think it's more fun to sit at a counter surrounding an open kitchen than sitting at a table.
They are different settings. L’effervescence is a bit restaurants with many tables like typical western restaurants outside Japan while Florilege is a big counter and a table. If u choose Florilege, I recommend sitting at the counter. Dishes at L’effervescence are respectable. Service is polished and quite formal with a big touch of Japanese style e.g. matcha performed by a staff who got trained in a tea ceremony. Dishes at Florilege are a reflection of Kawate-san’s philosophy. Service is laid back and friendly. If u visit Florilege, I recommend non alcoholic pairing. The drink inspired by Monet painting took my breath away. Booking at L’effervescene is convenient as u can book online via open table. Florilege can be booked through hotel and I encourage u call on the dot. Two months on 1st before the target dining month. My personal choice would be Florilege in Tokyo. The other outstanding one is in Nagoya.I also like Ode, which was recommended by my friend who I considered an authority of restaurants in Japan.
Thank you so much for all recommendation
Hi Saito-san, do they still serve the bara chirachi at Sushi Sho? Is it lunch everyday or only some days? Would you recommend that one or perhaps some other options?Thank you
The still serve bara chirashi for lunch.However, they are only open on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.Shinjuku's "Takumi Mokoto" serves bara chirashi that is the same quality as Sushi Sho for lunch too.They are only open on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays.
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