Updated： November 07, 2018
Sushi Rinda in Meguro: Possibly the Best Sushi You'll Ever Have!
Sushi Rinda is a sublime sushi restaurant located near the Meguro Station. If you want to treat yourself or a guest to something exceptionally nice and unforgettable, this is the place for you to go!
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Sushi Rinda is a place you have got to try if you are a sushi connoisseur. It is, in fact, pricey but it will be totally worth it if you're seeking the finest quality sushi. The concept is quite simple: offer the sushi made of the best seasonal ingredients and with rice cooked in the most traditional way, using a kamado or charcoal-fueled cook stove. Another characteristic of Sushi Rinda is that it uses a type of traditional red vinegar that has a stronger taste than commonly used sushi vinegar.
For about 12,000 yen you can order the omakase course (let the sushi chefs decide what to serve you). You can not go wrong by doing this, as you will be served the best seasonal sushi.
Sushi-making of this quality is like an art that requires extensive training and experience. Sitting at the counter, you see the sushi chef skilfully and meticulously prepare your course right before your eyes.
As soon as a piece is made, it is served to you by the hand of the chef. The above picture shows an oyster nigiri sushi.
Some pieces are truly amazingly well cut.
You'll be served the classics such as this salmon nigiri sushi but the exceptional oiliness of the fish makes it melt in your mouth. There are four layers of salmon on this one.
A slight grilling of the fish is sometimes performed to bring out a different taste.
You can be sure that the maki sushi will be equally as tasty as nigiri sushi!
One of the most appetizing dishes you can get there is without a doubt the Hinamatsuri Chirashi! You get a generous assortment of seafood on a bed of sushi rice. This is perhaps the best chirashi sushi you will ever have!
To accompany your meal, you will have a good selection of sake, shochu (Japanese spirits), fruit wines, beers and more on the drink menu.
Sushi Rinda is located a 10-minute walk from the JR Meguro Station or a 7-minute walk from the Tokyu Meguro Line's Fudo Mae Station.
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