"This is it. This is the best," Irene adds. The couple sits down for omakase every Tuesday and Friday like clockwork. Omakase is a meal where the chef decides what to make for the client. Victor starts by going straight to the back of the store and choosing a sake from what Michio describes as one of the widest selections in Miami.
Here are some other random shots from the shop.
I asked Michio why he disliked cell phones so much and he said, "This is a place to eat, not a place to talk. Some people talk so loud I can't think."
Visit Sushi Deli & Japanese Market at 1412 79th Street Cswy., North Bay Village. It's directly across the street from WSVN Channel 7 headquarters. Call 305-861-0143 or visit japanese-market.com for more info.
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