Tiny ten-seat canteens shoved into subway stations tend to be the dingy stuff of late-night fast food runs after six too many beers. But there are always exceptions and, in the case of Jiro Ono’s lilliputian sushi restaurant in Tokyo’s Ginza station, the exception just happens to be a three-star Michelin establishment with menus starting at $300.
Here's a newly-released clip from Jiro Dreams of Sushi, the documentary by David Gelb about 85-year old sushi chef Jiro Ono of Tokyo's three Michelin starred-restaurant Sukiyabashi Jiro (see trailers here and here). The film had its... Read Post
He's 85, and his restaurant, Sukiyabashi Jiro, has only ten seats in its Tokyo subway station location, but Jiro Ono is considered the best sushi chef... Read Post