Recently, I’ve been spending a lot of time working on a very important article for me. Japanese food has always been my favourite, and while this list that I’ve written for Toronto.com is by no means exhaustive, I do think it has some of the best Japanese cuisine you can find in the city. Continue reading
It’s time for the fabled part three of Sushi Couture — was there ever any doubt I’d do the omakase there? Before I start though, I think there’s something important to be said about what I hereby christen “omakase politics.’ zomg information as opposed to foodblogging? Don’t fret, I’m doing both today in the spirit of the holiday season.
FOUR TIMES IN TWO WEEKS! Man, I think I have a little bit of a problem. I’m going to have to force myself to stay away from Sushi Couture for a bit.
Anyhow, I went out on a late dinner date with a friend last night, and since I’ve been raving to her the most of all about Sushi Couture, the choice seemed obvious. In fact, I even told her she’d have to describe her food to me so I’d be able to write up about it. As such, she is a guest star for this post. Woooo!
WARNING: LONG POST
As many of my friends may know, I’ve recently been raving insistently about an unbelievably awesome Japanese restaurant that somehow manages to serve up fresh fish while keeping prices to a shocking low. Eager to back up my claims, I decided that I would skip an hour of my extremely boring political science class (‘Darwin is a jerk!’ claim my class notes) in favor of indulging my tastebuds with deliciousness. To get an idea of how much deliciousness, I’ve been here three times in the past two weeks. It will probably be four by tomorrow.