If I were to choose my last meal, I think I would ask for a delicious platter of Sushi and Sashimi. I don't know exactly how it happened, but ever since my teenage years I've always been a huge fan of Japanese cuisine. Perhaps it was from my mother's special admiration of Japan, but it didn't take much for me to fall head over heels. Unlike my husband, MR, who had to take several years to get used to it especially with the raw food. But seriously, I could probably have Sushi and Sashimi every day and (of course with Japanese soy sauce and a hint of wasabi) and not get sick of it for a long long long time!
Finding good Sushi or Sashimi in Metz, France can be quite challenging. Yeah, there are several Sushi stores, but I always found that there was something missing, something not clicking right. And don't even get me started on Sushi you find in Asian buffet restaurants - most of them are industrial sushi! But one day, 2 girlfriends and I decided to get together for dinner and 1 of my friend insisted we try this really nice and delicious Sushi take-out only place by her house. I was hesitant. But boy, when I got that first Scallop Sushi in my mouth, I knew I would be hooked by this place! Click here for the post.
One thing about Sushi though is that it can get expensive. This assorted platter had 19 Sushi for almost 30 Euros. But at 1,30-1,50 Euros per Sushi, I thought it was less expensive than in other sushi stores.
I can not NOT start with my new favorite sushi - the Scallop / Noix de Saint Jacques Sushi! Fresh and with a hint of wasabi, it is just the best thing ever! Thank God MR isn't a fan - it's all for me then!!! <3 <3 <3
Gambas - Concombre Sushi / Gambas - Cucumber Sushi
Roll Californien Pavot / Californian Roll with Poppy Seed
Ecrevisse Epicee / Spiced Crawfish Sushi
Saumon / Salmon Sushi - a delicious classic
Crevette / Shrimp Sushi
Legumes Poeles / Fried Vegetables (zucchini and red bell pepper) - vegetables for a change
Anguille Caramelise / Caramelized Eel Sushi - another great one!
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