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Wednesday, April 03, 2013

Sushizen Main Restaurant (すし善本店)| Booked for a Party | Sapporo

"Sushizen Main Restaurant (すし善本店)" is an authentic and traditional sushi bar on the Michelin Guidebook Hokkaido (ミシェランガイドブック北海道), and the chief chef is selected as one of the three greatest sushi chefs in Japan.
The other day I booked the restaurant, and had a birthday party for one of my tour guests.

If it's available, we can fully book the detached restaurant house for ourselves only. Perfect!  

This is a surprise party that a wife of a tour member and I planed secretly!! He was so happy to find the banner above the chefs!
"Happy birthday, Mr. ○○!!"

Chefs cook meals just in front of us! We were so excited to see them cook beautifully.

Cheers!

Everything is very sophisticated. The crab was carefully selected.

I ordered seasonable sashimi only, including chutoro (中トロ) caught off Ooma (大間), a very expensive brand tuna.

By the time we enjoyed the brilled yellowtail, we switched champagne to sake (日本酒).

Sake really goes well with Japanese dishes!!!

A big and sweet scallop is covered with very fluffy egg! Yummy x 2!!!

The high-quality hairy crab made us drink sake more! Hahaha!

While they made sushi, we sang "Happy Birthday", and enjoyed dancing here. As the house is separated to the main restaurant, we could fully enjoy the special day!

Actually I asked the main chef to make the sushi, because as I mentioned, he is selected as one of the three greatest sushi chefs in Japan!

The conger sushi was served while it was hot! Sounds professional, doesn't it?

Last but not least, we enjoyed this green tea mouse, and a birthday cake!

"Sushizen Main Restaurant (すし善本店)" is an authentic sushi bar and naturally expensive, but when you come here during the lunch hours, the sushi sets are served reasonably.
*If you are interested in the lunch menu, please refer to my other post→click here!

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