|Sushi grade fish|
Once inside, we passed by bunch of food samples on the way walking back to the seafood section. There are noodles, green teas, and beef. All were very tasty but the anticipation of the tuna was way exceeding the excitement of the samples.
|Master sushi chef hidden in the market|
When we finally got to the sushi line, we were so excited. There were only two choices, 5 pieces for $10 and 10 pieces for $20. At first I didn't realized what part of the fish they were giving out then I found out it was a mix of bluefin and toro. Holy smoke! That's $2 a piece and there is no way you can find that deal in general.
|Front: toro; Back: bluefin|
The cut was thick and satisfying. They had no tendon and packed with flavors. It didn't melt in my mouth due to the generous size, but could we really complain about the size?
|Fresh made poke bowl|
|Not so amazing chirashi bowl|
To complete our trip, we also had an order of poke bowl and chirashi bowl. Poke bowl was made to order and the freshness of the fish was way better than any poke joints in the area. Sadly, the chirashi bowl was a bust with way too many tendons and rice. It was not something we would recommend when you go there.
Overall, the market had so many options for food choices and so many more to offer. If you have a crave for Japanese anything, go for it!