Sendai eats part 1

Quinine amant. Mont Blanc. At our favorite patisserie. They got inundated but luckily their shop building survived the tsunami and they are back in business.

Taste testing different honey. my father has decided to become a honey farmer and he explained that different type of bees and different flowers make different tasting honey.

Ramen Kura. They also got soaked but are back strong, cues from 11:30!

Kazumori sushi. Operating out of a new building.

Shiogama fish markets. Cleaned up and running at the same warehouse.

Home cooking with fresh fish purchased at the markets. Squid olive oil and garlic in natural ink. Tuna collar, the best bit for cooking! Tuna collar toro and nakaochi. squid terrine. This one failed. Too much squid, came out too hard like a fish cake! Myoga gohan, nameko misoshiru. Cod shirako (sperm sack) sashimi with ginger vinegarette, and agedashi.

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One Response to Sendai eats part 1

  1. Michelle says:

    Glad to see that the businesses are up and running again🙂

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