Monday, November 8, 2010
Ordered the "Omakase" set. If I am not mistaken, it is cheaper than Sushi Dai but there are less sushi.
I wasn't really in the mood to take picture, so there's less picture. And I totally forgot to take pictures of the extra we ordered after the set.
From left: Tamago, Uni, and maki sushi (Toro [tuna] and Ikura [salmon roe] with cucumber).
I guess the chef saw my momentary hesitation and insist that it is delicious and fragrant.
And true to his word, the grilled Ebi Atama is delicious and very fragrant.
When the chef told us this is our last piece for the set, we were like, "Already?"
Finished it up and asked for the menu. Hehehe.
Overall, all the ingredients are very fresh and good quality. The chefs and staffs are really friendly too.
I asked Sis which one she prefer, she immediately answered, "Daiwa Sushi, because I don't have to wait 2 hours long." Hehehe. In my opinion, Daiwa Sushi is just as good as Sushi Dai.
When we came out, there were more people. The queue (for both Daiwa Sushi and Sushi Dai) was very very very long. Phew, luckily we got there earlier.
If you tried both before, which do you prefer? If you tried either one of them (or other restaurant in Tsukiji Market - I heard some of them are very good too), share your experience. Or any recommendations?