Ha ha I remember being fleeced at a Tsukiji. We assume as it was next to the wholesale market it would be cheap, I notice all the old boys were only having one or two and really savoring the moment, we were gobbling them down, before we even swallowed we were waving for more. Then the bill arrived, this was before the days of cash points and had no credit cards.OogieBoogie wrote:thx guys!
Sorry for asking your "references" but i realized that good sushi according to people who never went in Japan can easily be very bad sushi for me.
I 've spent 3 years in Tokyo, living near Tsukiji, so now for me it's getting very difficult to find good sushi. I tried Sakae sushi, and it was just disgusting, bad rice, bad fish. Erk! But i tried their teppan yaki, and i admit it was quite good.
I tried the maki at the Carousel, a Royal Plaza on Scott, and it was ok.
Alas, you're not going to get Tsukiji-grade sushi anywhere in Singapore, so don't set your expectations too high...OogieBoogie wrote:I 've spent 3 years in Tokyo, living near Tsukiji, so now for me it's getting very difficult to find good sushi. I tried Sakae sushi, and it was just disgusting, bad rice, bad fish. Erk!
Agree the orchard park hotel Japanese restaurant was very good, confirmed by the fact it was always fully booked. I have not tried the place at their new Goodwood Park Hotel location. While its not sushi, the teriyaki joint in Far East plaza, is always full of Japanese another good sign.qtguy wrote:Oops, in case the subject line in my previous post wasn't obvious.. I was referring to the Tatsuya at Goodwood Park Hotel.
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