Saturday, November 24, 2012

Sushi Dai 寿司大 ♥ ♥ ♥

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When we saw the line in front of Sushi Dai, we thought it was our lucky day

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That is, until we were pointed in the direction of the queue around the corner.
There was a second half to the procession. Oops.

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But stuffing our faces with our stash of Marutake Tamagoyaki made waiting a lot more fun.
Plus the people at Sushi Dai were so considerate to give out hot cups of tea.

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 Of course, peeking into Daiwa Sushi a few doors down and taking onehundredmillion
candid shots of my supercrush sushi chef made waiting my new favorite activity.
(Read my post on Daiwa Sushi here)

After about sixty minutes we were finally next!

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Errrrrr... the chef wasn't as cute as Mr. Daiwa, but we were here for the fish, not for the merman ;)

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Had the Omakase "Trust the Chef" Course which included 10 pieces of sushi + sushi rolls +
tamago + miso soup + 1 sushi of your choice 

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Japanese Green Tea

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Pickled ginger

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Tamago (Sweet Egg)

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 Miso Soup with Fish

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Sushi # 1: O Toro (Fatty Tuna)

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Sushi # 2: Suzuki (Sea Bass)

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Sushi # 3: Tai (Red Snapper)

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Sushi # 4: Uni (Sea Urchin)

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Sushi # 5: Aji (Mackerel)

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Sushi # 6: Shira Ebi (Baby Shrimps)

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Sushi # 7: Ikura (Salmon Roe)

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Sushi # 8: Akagai (Red Clam) - it was still moving!

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Sushi # 9: Magurozuke (Marinated Tuna)

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Sushi # 10: Anago (Sea Eel)

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 Sushi Rolls

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For my bonus piece of sushi, I chose Toro

Such fresh sushi at such reasonable price, Sushi Dai is incredible.

Sushi Dai: Building 6, 5-2-1 Tsukiji, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, Japan. Tel: 03 3547 6797

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