Tuesday, September 26, 2006

The most recommended sushi restaurant in Tokyo



People are lined in front of a sushi restaurant in the Tsukiji Fishing Market, the largest fishing market in the world. Of all sushi restaurants in Tokyo, this, "Sushi Dai", is definitely the most recommended restaurant. It is both reasonable and very delicious. If other restaurants provide the same quality as this shop, it will cost 1.5 times or twice at least.

This restaurant is always crowded because you cannot make a reservation. This is open from 5:00 to 14:00 and before 7:00 it is relatively not crowded.

6 Comments:

At 4:49 PM, Blogger Andreea said...

i absolutely love sushi!!! although i bet it will be different when we try it in japan. a good friend (English) married a japanese and they now live in japan - so all i need is an excuse to go visit :)

 
At 1:05 AM, Blogger Kim said...

Thanks for the tip on this restaurant. This is the stuff only insiders can pass on. It sounds wonderful. Here in Seattle we have great seafood, but I have yet to find as good a sushi restaurant as we were used to in the San Francisco Bay Area. You are making me hungry!
-Kim

 
At 9:54 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Glimpse of Tokyo you are giving us is fascinating. I guess that's what's good about daily photo, the personal take on a city, the people the mood of the place.

Keep it up
Best wishes

 
At 1:17 PM, Blogger santy said...

Konichiwa! I'm a sushi lover as well! In Jakarta we have Sushi Tengoku, Sushi Tei, Poke Sushi, etc. Anyway, this is my first visit on your blog, welcome to Daily Photo family :)

 
At 8:09 PM, Blogger macky said...

To andreea: Thank you for the useful information about web site. That site is really cool! I hope you enjoy sushi in Japan!!
To kim: San Francisco has many good sushi restaurants, I hear! I like to eat avocade with soy sauce and it tastes just like tuna.
To lauchezar: Thanks for your comments! Enjoy it!
To santy: Perhaps Jakarta has more delicious sushi restaurants than Tokyo!

 
At 10:19 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

ha ha...
i am familiar with this kind of scene!!
here in shanghai, i can see those kind of crowded restaurants too.
hee hee...food, so important to us!!
...jing

 

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