Sushi bowls are called chirashisushi in Japanese Sushi Sada serves for lunch one of the most popular in the area. For about ¥1,000 you can get a big bowl of sushi with loads of toppings of all kinds ingredients, including plenty of kinds of sashimi, Japanese omelet and spicy cod roe.
Sushi Sada すし定: the place to have a sashimi sushi bowl (chirashi sushi)!
Sushi Tei is located at a 3-minute walk from the Kanda station. The restaurant of long standing is particularly popular during the lunch hours (11:30 - 13:30) during which you can have the chirashi sushi bowl, which consists basically of a bowl of sushi rice with plenty of sashimi toppings.
The place has two floors with counter seats and tables too. It has a nice and warm interior with clean lines.
A chirashi sushi with a mountain of toppings!
Chirashi Sushi medium size ちらし寿司中盛 ¥1,050
The Chirashi Sushi bowl comes with pickled bean sprouts and a miso soup. The volume or the chirashi sushi is unexpectedly big for something of this price.
the bowl has a width of 15 cm. The toppings include scallops, shrimps, tuna, octopus, amberjack, spicy cod roe, salmon, eggs, and fish cake.
There are so many kinds of toppings that most customers transfer some of them to another plate.
The fish is top quality too!
You'll see plenty of students there and hungry salarymen. One bowl of this is enough to satisfy most people with a good appetite.
Looking for a place to eat lunch in Kanda? Sushi Sada is a great spot to go for a filling cheap meal of good quality.