Friday, June 12, 2015
Lunch at Ayako Sushi in Semecourt, France
As much as I don't want to think about it for now, I know that summer is coming. Don't get me wrong, I love the summer, especially the vacation part, but it also means that I am ambushed with an enormous amount of things to do (at work and in my personal life). At work, it's always complicated to wrap things up before the break. Clients are in a hurry and colleagues are away on trainings or early vacation. In my personal life, SO is almost done with her school year (her last day is on the 3rd of July) and it's time for the usual end-of-the-year programs. I'll be working in July, so I have to organize her summer activities (child care center and summer camp). And best of all, our family vacation. Oh yeahhhhh!!!! I'm hoping to finalize the details this week. Anyways, I can also tell it's almost summer by the crazy temperatures we've been having. I got in my car the other day and it said it was 40 degrees Celsius! It was most probably because the car was under the sun but it was easily 29 degrees Celsius in the air.
The high temperatures make it hard to eat comfortably in the car when I'm on the go. Which is why after 3 days of doing so, I thought it was time for me to give myself some time and comfort like eating lunch at Ayako Sushi in Semecourt, France.
So in line with that thought, I exceptionally ordered a Pinacolada. Virgin, of course. It was a working day after all. With my cocktail, I was given complimentary Wasabi Nuts. Pretty good.
It wasn't my first time at Ayako Sushi. Click here for the post. This time was just as excellent as the first time, or even better (regarding the service).
And just like the last time, I ordered the Sakura Menu (16.80 Euros), which consisted of:
*Salade de Choux / Japanese Cabbage Salad
*Soupe Miso / Miso Soup
It was hot outside, but I'm always in for a goooood Miso Soup.
*Sashimi Saumon / Salmon Sashimi and Tobbiko Wasabi Saumon / Salmon Wasabi Tobbiko
The Salmon Wasabi Tobbiko was as delicious as I remembered it to be. It's the reason I ordered this particular menu. But the Salmon Sashimi was a real treat. Fresh, unbelievably buttery, and just melted in the mouth.
I love the Sakura Menu and truthfully I'm not sure if I would be tempted by anything else on the menu. My only problem with this menu is this cup of white rice. I don't really eat rice with sashimi and maki, so this was left untouched. I should probably just mention it next time as not to waste anything. *reminder to self*
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