Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Midori-zushi

After so long, we've been to Midori-zushi yesterday!
Actually, we didn't have a chance to eat unagi (eel) on "Doyou no Ushi no Hi" (7/19), so we decided to have sushi for dinner! I don't like unagi, so my target was anago (conger eel). He-he ;)

As I wrote before, Midori-zushi is very famous for delicious low price sushi and there is always a huge line in front! (They have menu in English down on this page!) We've been to Midori-zushi located in Shibuya for many times, but first time in Futako Tamagawa! Every time when we get there, there are more than 50 individuals or groups waiting so we ended up eating at other restaurants. However, good thing about this location is that they give you a numbered ticket, so you can go shopping and come back later. Many people take advantage of it, so you have to wait for more than 1
hour though X( This time, we went there to get the ticket at around 17:00, so we could be seated after 18:00!

Seasonal fish (bonito) salad was great! Also, I liked roasted saury and roasted tuna sushi. Their "sushi neta" (fish) is huge and delicious. Laver paste sushi was surprisingly yummy! Of course I had anago ;)

We also had a couple of drinks but our total was only 5000yen ($50). What a great value! I wish I could go there again soon!

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10 comments:

  1. Wow..seem like lots of peoples love sushi too.

    Normally,I would take numbers too or waited for hours to eat what I love too.

    Is that your boyfriend in the photo who looking at the camera??

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  2. Hi jose,

    I knew most of my blog buddies don't like raw fish, but I posted about it because Midori-zushi serve great sushi!

    That's a good question! Yes. He is my bf. I told him to wait like a customer but he kept on looking at my camera X( I took 3 pics but all the same, so I gave up.

    You know what!? On my previous post, I translated the pumpkin recipe ;) Take a look whenever you have time!

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  3. Kombanwa Ochisan!

    I want to say "THANK YOU" so much for your blessful greetings.
    anyway,i don't want to go out that day,and we don't have any plans for our special day,because of our schedules.

    Anyway my post now,is really a tiny spider.

    but my kabuhayan post.actually we are living now in a foundation guest house,in short...we don't have a house.but we are on the process of finding,even just rental house.

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  4. Hello again!

    Your post,reminds me during my vacations in japan.
    Waiting for so long...
    but this zushi restaurant,is really crowded.
    maybe i can't wait.

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  5. Hello merce-san,

    Your hubby is so sweet! I saw you two bought a nice set of flower dishes ;)

    I am renting my apartment, too. It is really small, so I wish we could live in a large house. My dream!!!

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  6. Hi again merce-san,

    Like you, neither can I wait. Actually, we didn't know how fast the line moves, so I asked my boyfriend to change the restaurant. Ha-ha!

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  7. Ohayo Tornadoes28,

    I asked the chef to roast lean tuna not ootoro. The piece was huge and really great ;)

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  8. Hi Ochi,

    Your restaurant sounds like our red lobster here. Always a waiting time to eat there! The food looks excellent!

    $50.00 is a great value now a days for an upscale dinner! Nice it's in a mall so you can shop! :)

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  9. Hi jo,

    Really!? I wish I could go there someday. I really love lobster and shrimp ;)

    Right! But I think we need to get there at 16:00 next time before we get hungry. There are many other restaurants in the mall, so I can't hold back my hunger!!! Ha-ha.

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