We placed our order before entering - there's someone out there to take the order and asked the number of people in your party as you approach the entrance. We ordered the "Omakase" sets - 11 pieces of nigiri sushi (1 piece of your choice at the end of the set) and 1 maki sushi. But of course you can order more once you are in there - which we did.
Never been my favorite but this is definitely fresh.
On the left is Aji (Japanese mackerel) and on the right is Suzuki (sea bass).
I was kind of "kan cheong" (rushed) to eat and forgot to took some of it...I think I missed out Hirame (flounder) and the rest of the nigiri sushi we ordered after the set.
The maki sushi.
My least favorite - I just don't like the idea of eating the sea urchin's gonad. It just taste like a mushy mass to me me. It taste worst when it is not fresh.
Don't think I will be a fair judge for the uni but by the other customers' reactions, it should be great.
Akagai (ark shell) - the chef pointed out that it was still moving. I turned to tell my sister but hers were already moving into her stomach. Lol.
She really like this one and we ordered it again.
Magurozuke (marinated tuna).
Shira ebi (white shrimp).
When we were served this we were looking at it and thought, "What?! You give us 'hae bi'?"
But it was incredible. So fresh and sweet. I ordered this again.
Another of our favorite which we couldn't resist ordering again.
Sweet and soft texture.
Overall, it was a good experience. We chugged down our sushi so fast that the chef can barely keep up with us. Lol. There's no doubt that the ingredients they use are good in quality and fresh. But if you are planning to eat at Sushi Dai, be prepare for the queue. Sis and I love it but we will never ever queue 2 hours long for another sushi restaurant again. Hehe.