Sunday, April 10, 2016

A shio iwashi set from Nakajima Suisan

Nakajima Suisan

There were a couple of hon maguro parts available last night at Nakajima Suisan and then my eyes fell onto something that was possibly even more uncommon. Freshly grilled sardines with just salt. And I knew I had to order them. 

Nakajima Suisan, shio iwashi teishoku

Was that a good fish? Sure it was. The skin was a nice crisp and the meat was tender and moist and almost boneless. Well, almost because most of those bones were so fine that one could just eat them. What I had enjoyed especially were the regions in the head and the belly just past the gills. Those livery bittersweet dark parts. 

Nakajima Suisan, shio iwashi teishoku

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