Idag har jag testar sushi för första gången. Rullbandssushi för att vara mer exakt. Man sitter runt ett rullband, på rullbandet lägger de upp små tallrikar med sushi på. Sen är det bara att ta vad man vill ha. Man kan även beställa in extra sushi från en meny.

Sen när man är klar och är mätt är det bara att räkna tallrikarna man har framför sig, och betala för det. Cirka 140 yen per tallrik.

Jag tyckte faktiskt att det var hyfsat gott, eller ok i alla fall. Dock var wasabin väldigt stark! Lite för mycket för min smak. Rensade bihålorna. ;)

Comments (10)

Ingemar Nordlundmaj 14th, 2010 at 00:54


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Så bra, de behövde säkert rensas.

Ulf Järlestrandmaj 14th, 2010 at 08:05

Vad hade Du väntat Dig? Japan är wasabins förlovade hemland.
Borde Ni inte testa blåsfisken också? Om Ni vågar. Man måste ha licens
för att tillaga den.


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