sushi ginza onodera, this is a Japanese restaurant that has been included in the Ctrip Gourmet Forest Restaurant Directory. I ordered the restaurant’s signature eel rice, which is a large piece of eel.
Heads up, the restaurant may be a little difficult to find because there might still be scaffolding’s covering the sign. When you do find it you’ll walk into a wooden cube where you’ll confirm your reservation.
This New York sushi restaurant is located on Fifth Avenue. It has been in business for three years. It is now one of the top restaurants in New York, USA. It was awarded two Michelin stars last year. This year it continues to win the title of two stars. It is hard to find a top restaurant. Japanese cuisine restaurant, the service is terribly good, everyone smiles when serving, no wonder it charges a 15[%] service charge.
It tastes good. Soy sauce and mustard are not needed. The chef will adjust the taste for you. The ingredients are also very fresh. The cutting board of the Japanese master is so clean and terrible, I admire the Japanese.
The service is a Japanese kneeling service. There was a waiter in the men’s room that we just opened. The manager knocked on his door and asked him to give it to the customer. Then he came out (I can understand Japanese). Take a bite.
The general is also very approachable. He gave me his business card after the meal and told me that the master of the la branch was his apprentice.
A high-end sushi restaurant originating from Tokyo, the bar is filled up early, so I can only retreat to the nearest table for 4 people, and I can barely see the chef's making process. There is no soy sauce and wasabi on the table. They are prepared in the sushi beforehand. If you don't eat it, you must tell the waiter in advance.