Friday, March 24, 2017
An Outlet of Katsu Midori in Tokyo, Japan
Sushi was requested for lunch today, so we went to the hotel concierge to ask them for a recommendation, and she suggested this kaiten sushi place. Conveyor belts weren't exactly what we had in mind, but she insisted that this place was good, as this chain was apparently run by another sushi place that presumably is rather high-end.
Anyway, it was indeed of good quality, including some delicious scallops and a seared threadfin or something (that thing above is a cluster of fish roe). And the prices were impressively low too; much cheaper than Ikeikemaru and of much better quality. The only thing I was disappointed in was the tasteless melon, but I suppose I can't expect anything high-end when it was only 300 Yen (US$2.60) a slice.
Digested at 1:24 PM
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