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(picture kindly provided by Mika who shared our dinner!)
As Chuck, Trine and Luxeat already know, you do not have to go to an expensive French restaurant to experience great gastronomic ideas.
One of the chefs at Sushi Ko Sushi Restaurant recently came up with his own interpretation of a famed French cake which has quickly gained popularity with all customers:
It consists of one layer of “shari/sushi rice”, one of “akami/lean tuna”, one of thin slices of cucmber, one of sliced avocado, one more layer of “shari”, the whole topped with “tobikko/flying fish roe”.
A couple stems of thin leeks for decoration.
The dressing consisted of mayonnaise mixed with wasabi on ponzu with a little “momijioroshi/grated daikon with chili pepper” on top for taste and effect.
Simple, tasty and reasonable!
Shizuoka City, Aoi Ku, Ryogae Cho, 2-3-1 (Aoba Koen)
Business hours: 17:00~25:00. 17:00~23:00 on Sundays
Closed on Wednesdays
Credit Cards OK
One thought on “Sushi Millefeuille”
du haut de ta calme colline tu pourras, si l’envie te dit, me dire comment fait on un millefeuille sushi et surtout quels en sont les ingrédients. Mon super traducteur en ligne gratuit me citant du “chevreuil de poisson” que je ne sais où trouver : au rayon poissonnerie ou rayon venaison ?