I was happy that they offered Gyu Tataki (beef tenderloin). Not all sushi restaurants serve it. Miso soup was just ok. I love salmon sashimi, and it was good, cut a bit thick, I had to cut it in half in order to pick up with my chop sticks. Also ordered Uni, and it was good.
I ordered a quail egg for my Kirin Ichiban and the waitress brought me two quail eggs still in the shell. Obviously they are unfamiliar with Quail egg being served in beer. It's really a Texas / Mexican thing. I picked up that habit down in Houston, at Miyako on Westheimer. The waitress was happy to take the egg to the chef in order to separate the yoke to put in the beer. It's always amusing to see the reactions people have when they see egg in the beer.
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