>> Sunday, June 14, 2009
I like getting the chirashi ($13.95) because the fish is pretty fresh. Honestly, I thought the fish here was tastier than the sushi I had at Daikanyama the week before. In fact, I thought some of the fish at Daikanyama was a bit bland. At the time, I thought it was because I had just come back from Japan where I had enjoyed the best sushi I'd ever had in my life. I thought my tastebuds had been "ruined" for life.
Fortunately, that's not true. I thought the fish in my chirashi was very flavorful. Additionally, the sushi rice in the chirashi is mixed with flying fish roe, which makes for a more colorful and flavorful dish.
Another cool thing is, because it's a Korean restaurant, you get all the free little appetizers in the beginning. Yum . . . .
Some other dishes ordered at my table:
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