Gastronomy  This is how the best sushi in the world looks like... in Tokyo
18/11/201411:55 Luxeat

What makes a good sushi restaurant great? Excellent fish and seafood? Chef’s experience, skills and obsession with consistency? Takashi Saito seems to correspond all these criteria, but it’s much more than that. Saito-san hits the perfect gustative balance in each morsel he produces, taste and texture wise. Joel Robuchon called Sushi Saito “the best sushi restaurant in the world”, Michelin gave it 3 stars and users voted it the best in Tokyo. What else?…  This year Sushi Saito has moved to a new location in Roppongi Ark Hills, but the counter restaurant is still pocket size and still very hard to book. I’ve blogged about Sushi Saito 3 years ago, so this time I am posting pictures only. 

Sushi Saito : 1F, Nihon Jitensha Kaikan, 1-9-15 Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo; tel. 03-3589-4412  (Access Map) 

Tai ( Red snapper)
Buri ( Japanese amberjack)
Kohada ( Gizzard shad)
Akami ( Leaner part of a tuna)

Chutoro ( Medium fatty tuna)
Otoro ( Fatty tuna)

Ika ( Squid)

Kuruma ebi ( Imperial prawn)

Shiro- ebi (Sweet baby shrimp)

Aji ( Japanese horse mackerel)

Katsuo ( Bonito)

Ikura ( Salmon roe)

Awabi ( Abalone)

Uni ( Sea urchin from Hokkaido and Nagasaki)

Tamago ( Omelette)
Bonjour! I am Aiste. A few years ago, I used to be what is commonly called a “top fashion model”, working in Paris, New York or London for major international brands and designers. It’s a known fact: top models don’t eat, do they? Well, I did! I loved to eat, and still do! I’m passionate about good food and fine cuisine, and love to travel around in quest of great restaurants, gourmet landmarks and gastronomical trends. I also have a camera grafted on my left hand, and can’t help taking and sharing pictures of my best food discoveries! Yes, I’m what you could call an enthusiastic world “food-trotter”. And I would like you, dear readers, to be my first-class travelling companions...

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