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Sushi! Yay Or Nay?
 
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# 76 : Wednesday 31-1-2007 @ 18:32
 
 
i love it, its just a shame there are so few places to get it, and less to get good sushi
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# 77 : Thursday 1-2-2007 @ 20:24
 
 
love it, not too keen on wasabi, but everything else about it is nice.
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# 78 : Sunday 15-7-2007 @ 13:55
 
 
I've Been Mad to try sushi for the last few week's I Love Most Fish(well exception of Tuna, And Plaice) Does anyone know do any of the supermarkets do meal kits ..you know like them indian dinner kits Asian etc? And failing that Sushi In Galway city or Athlone?
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# 79 : Sunday 15-7-2007 @ 14:05
 
 
m&s do some basic sushi.
get your arse up to dublin and we will go out for some decent stuff
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# 80 : Sunday 15-7-2007 @ 14:06
 
 
tescos used to do yummy veggie sushi... they sell all the stuff now to make ur own which is cool...
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# 81 : Sunday 15-7-2007 @ 14:13
 
 
Cheer's Loosey and Mike,

@Loosey, Must try and get up to the schmoke again sometime.

@ Mike, so They Have ready made? Frozen I presume..how do ya work that..surely you'd cook it melting the ice..hence defeating whole purpose of the exercise?
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# 82 : Sunday 15-7-2007 @ 14:15
 
 
dunno... they have the wrappy things and the paste etc...
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# 83 : Sunday 15-7-2007 @ 14:18
 
 
Someone said :
Cheer's Loosey and Mike,

@Loosey, Must try and get up to the schmoke again sometime.

@ Mike, so They Have ready made? Frozen I presume..how do ya work that..surely you'd cook it melting the ice..hence defeating whole purpose of the exercise?

there like sandwiches, there not frozen and there only out on the shelf for the day. i would avoid them at all costs, its processed crap.

the kits are ok, better to buy the bits and pieces in a decent asian market. the kits the sell are over priced and made with inferior products. you buy the fish seperatly
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# 84 : Sunday 15-7-2007 @ 14:21
 
 
...Jaysus that sounds way to complicated for me..Think I'll have to hang fire til I get to the schmoke again and try it then. I wouldnt have a clue what I was at..or where to begin if I went making My own sushi...isnt there some fish that can kill you if Its eaten wrong/prepared wrong? the chef has to be specially trained in its prep or something?
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# 85 : Sunday 15-7-2007 @ 14:22
 
 
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...Jaysus that sounds way to complicated for me..Think I'll have to hang fire til I get to the schmoke again and try it then. I wouldnt have a clue what I was at..or where to begin if I went making My own sushi...isnt there some fish that can kill you if Its eaten wrong/prepared wrong? the chef has to be specially trained in its prep or something?

thats fugu, and you wont get that anywhere in ireland, its very rare to come across outside of asia, and its not ment to be anything special anyway.
100 euro mullet
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# 86 : Sunday 15-7-2007 @ 14:25
 
 
...aye thats the one..100euro..feck that for a game of soldiers. So having realised my sushi at home dream is but a dream..what are the good sushi places to try in Dublin? and are they like them conveyor type set ups ya see on Telly?
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# 87 : Sunday 15-7-2007 @ 14:29
 
 
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...aye thats the one..100euro..feck that for a game of soldiers. So having realised my sushi at home dream is but a dream..what are the good sushi places to try in Dublin? and are they like them conveyor type set ups ya see on Telly?

that would be aya, on the stret at the back of brown thomas.
its about the best of a sorry bunch, but it is enjyable.
they have a good selection, and its cheap at night.
the plates are different colours, reflecting the different prices. from 2 - 5 euro.

one of the best investments ive ever made was on a good set of sushi knives, the things would cut through anything....i know, ive tried
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# 88 : Sunday 15-7-2007 @ 14:33
 
 
I heard Yamamori (sp!) was ok. I've only tried sushi a few times and found it handy to be with someone in the know, liked it though. And the Sake.
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# 89 : Sunday 15-7-2007 @ 14:38
 
 
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I heard Yamamori (sp!) was ok. I've only tried sushi a few times and found it handy to be with someone in the know, liked it though. And the Sake.

saki can be nice. there is a great sake/karaoke bar on wicklow street with a great selection of sake you can order a rack of all the different types which is great to get to know the type you like
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# 90 : Sunday 15-7-2007 @ 14:43
 
 
cheers Loosey, I pass by that place all the time whenever I'm in Dublin. Will definitely go in for a gander next time.
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