When unsure of what to do or where to go…
And to top that off a stomach that groans after a long day at work…
I always seem to find myself gravitating to the same place.
Strangely enough though I never actually go directly, always trying to talk myself out of it despite the fact that I enjoy the place no end every time I go.
So, subconsciously or not, I devise a walking route around the area that takes me past the establishment a number of times until I would have built up my appetite or worn out my shoes.
And then, suddenly as if an afterthought, I charge in and take up my favorite spot, that is just in front of the chef’s counter, where I can watch the guy create his culinary art.
I always seem to go for the same fair, some nigiri and a few pieces of sashimi. However lately I tried the kimchi – which, although spicey enough to pop your guts and clear that nasal congestion that you weren’t suffering from, is surprisingly good – washed down with some Soju and miso soup.
The chef hands the dishes directly to me which adds a touch of familiarity which is rather pleasant.
I always leave the place well served, well filled and well satisfied, albeit a touch more out of pocket then I can really afford.
Mind you, it is money well spent.
I refer to, by the way, the Korean/Japanese restaurant in Paceville by the name of Club Sushi.
Try it, you won’t be disappointed.