Hi Saito-san,Hope you have been well and keeping safe. Just wanted to see if you have ever visited Mibu (壬生) in Ginza, Tokyo. What are your thoughts on the food and experience (and is it as otherworldly as some consider)? Thanks!
Never gotten chance to visit Mibu so far.
Is 鮨竹 in Ginza open for lunch now?Has anyone visited for lunch? Anything different about the menu compared to dinner course?
The lunch course consists of 13 pieces of nigiri, but you can also order the dinner omakase course with otsumami.
any comments Saito san? I want to visit when Japan opens up again
If you like strong nigiri with a touch of red vinegar, lunch at Sushi Take is a good choice.
hi Saito san, have you heard of or been to this restaurant called Sarazan in Osaka? would you highly recommend to visit? thank youhttps://tabelog.com/en/osaka/A2701/A270101/27118550/
I heard Sarazan is run by the owner-chef of Comptoir Feu.https://tabelog.com/en/osaka/A2701/A270102/27088894/There is no fixed menu list, and the chef improvises dishes based on his customers' preferences, which sounds like a lot of fun.I don't have any plans to visit at the moment.
thank you saito san
Hello Saito San and everyone, I have a small list of relatively new or sushi restaurants in Tokyo that are not necessarily ranked the highest which I would like to ask how you would rank them (in terms of taste only, not value for money etc.)? Any standouts from this list?Sushi AOSushi KeitaSushi HatouSushi ShotaTakagaki no SushiSushi ShunsukeKobikicho TomokiSushi TomidokoroSushi AkiraAlthough I do understand personal preference also matters, I would like to hear your thoughts if possible. Thank you very much.
Keita, Takagaki, and Tomidokoro are addressed here:https://tokyotabletrip.com/en/396
Keita>Tomidokoro>Ao>Takagaki>Hatou>Shunsuke>Akira>ShotaKobikicho Tomoki (Never been there)It's just my personal opinion.I feel that the quality is relatively high everyplace.
Thank you very much Saito San.
Saito-san and all, would the decision to release radioactive water in fukushima deter you all from eating sushi in the future?
@guest To be honest, not really. If I die from eating sushi, which I probably won’t, I’d die happy.Of course if I had a choice, I would choose fish that’s not from Fukushima, but it’s not like you can say “I don’t want fish from XXX!” when you visit a sushi restaurant.If it bothers you, Fukumoto in Shimokitazawa told me a few years back that he no longer uses fish from that area because he’s worried about contamination, so maybe you can try going there.
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