Updated： March 08, 2019
Sushi Sugita: One of Tokyo's Hardest To Book Sushi Restos!
Sushi Sugita is said to be one of the hardest restaurants to book in Tokyo, but don't let that stop you! Eating at this restaurant is truly worth the effort given how spectacular of a culinary experience it is!
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Sushi Sugita is a 1-Star Michelin restaurant in Tokyo run by Takaaki Sugita-san. Sugita is said to be one of the hardest sushi restaurants to make a reservation at. If you plan way ahead of time and with the help of a hotel concierge, you might be able to book a reservation. If you're a traveller, it is recommended that you book through your hotel concierge.
The restaurant has counter seats as well as private rooms to entertain guests. If you want to have a dinner out with clients and are able to book that room, you are sure to make a lasting impression!
Seeing Sugita-san prepare the sushi is really a cross between a skilled artist and a martial arts professional more than a chef. The way he moves is so incredibly smooth, but each movement is calculated and took years to master. It really takes a pro to make things look easy!
A course menu here is ¥21,600 both for lunch and dinner. Being that it is a Michelin restaurant with excellent cuisine as well it has a welcoming chef with a concern for "omotenashi" (hospitality), it won't come cheap.
In terms of freshness and concern for both the execution and the presentation, this restaurant is hard to beat. Hence the difficulty to book!
The "omakase" course is a smooth flow of delicate and refined dishes served one by one.
This sardine roll is the work of a true artist. As you can see, the roll is compact enough to hold beautifully, but not tight enough to compress the chives.
There is also grilled fish served with daikon and lime.
This golden eye snapper is slightly seared and is so incredibly tender!
If you manage to book a place at this restaurant, you can pat yourself on the back, because that's a really difficult task! Eating at this restaurant is truly worth the effort given how spectacular of a culinary experience it is!
- Lili Wanderlust
- I love travelling and discovering new cuisines. Japan has a panoply of local dishes to try. I also love yoga, coffee, reading, and cycling.
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