The sushi-loving En-eating editorial department, which has staff who go to a stand-up sushi restaurant once a week, has visited the newly opened restaurant!
◆ There are only two types of menus
Itamae Sushi There are only two types of "Leave it to me" on the menu! "Seasonal Omakase Nigiri" (3,500 yen plus tax) with 9 pieces of sushi nigiri, snacks, and bowl, and "Seasonal Omakase Course" where all 6 items such as sashimi and grilled fish are offered in addition to nigiri "(7,000 yen).
In addition, the ingredients used in the nigiri and the course change daily . The dishes will be served using the fresh ingredients procured that day, so it's exactly what Mr. Itamae will do!
◆ The course is full of grilled fish, nigiri, bowls and more!
On the day I visited the store, in addition to nigiri, "firefly squid" snacks and "matsuba gani" were served on the entrusted course, and "kamasu" was served on the pottery.
The firefly squid, which is in full season, is rich in cotton that pops out of its plump body! Yuzu pepper with a little bit of flavor enhances the umami.
It wasn't in season, but Matsuba happened to be on a set net. When I tried it, it was delicious, so I decided to put it on the menu at the store as well. Good job, fixed net! The mixed rice is also soaked with the umami of pine needles.
The body is fluffy when grilled! Although the taste is light and light, you can feel the aroma and umami that are moderately baked. Served elegantly with white asparagus.
The main "nigiri" is 9 pieces. In addition, it comes in 3 dishes with scrolls and omelet. All of them are delicious enough to make your face flutter, but the one that grabbed my stomach tightly was the " red tuna "! It was a tuna from Okinawa on that day, but it had a soft and thick mouthfeel, and it had a sweetness of fat like a fatty tuna.
◆ Interior that expresses the spirit of "hospitality"
There are 4 seats, 2 seats, and 20 counter seats in the store. It is decorated with a sense of luxury, and there is also a ceiling painting on the ceiling that expresses the "four seasons of Japan." The interior of "hospitality" seems to be enjoyed by foreign customers!