Best Sushi In Udon Is Where?

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Best Sushi In Udon Is Where?

Post by redwolf » July 6, 2013, 2:32 am

Anyone got a great sushi spot they can recommend?

I've been to Oishi and Shabushi about 10 times each, and they're "OK".

Anywhere else worth checking out?


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Post by merchant seaman » July 6, 2013, 6:47 am

Mr. Sushi across from the electric company where you pay your bill
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Post by pompui » July 6, 2013, 6:57 am

I always thought Fuji's reputation was second to none but after the gold digging experience on the 'thai bad habits' thread, am not so sure :shock: Still worth a go, just sit with your back to the cashiers desk =D>

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Post by papaguido » July 6, 2013, 7:04 am

Our favorite Japanese food joint is Mr. Sushi on Soi Chomchuen. The menu is varied and has something for everyone in my family. I won't claim that they have the best sushi, because what I may consider to be the best may not be up to your standard.

Also, the 4th floor of Central has plenty of restaurants that offer sushi.

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Post by KHONDAHM » July 6, 2013, 10:07 am

Fuji by far. If you are a semi-connoisseur of sushi, you will appreciate the difference. Also, they will give you better ala carte cuts than what you would get in a set. The flesh is almost always the exact correct temperature (same temp as the human mouth), and the marble of the salmon cuts is almost always perfect. As you may know, there are huge differences in preparation techniques between Fuji and Oishi. I believe Fuji correctly wraps the frozen fish in a steamed towel to bring it to temperature. The flesh is always soft and tender. I believe Oishi uses some other inferior rapid thaw method which results in the flesh being noticeably "rough" and the flavor a bit stale.
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Post by ugotguts » April 3, 2015, 10:46 am

Is there any other recent Japanese Restaurant besides Fuji or Oshi that serves close to authentic Japanese food? Fuji is good but I think it is slightly overrated in my opinion as it appears that there is no other competitors around. My 2 cents~

Will check out Mr Sushi.. or any new Japanese restaurant?

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Post by Khun Paul » April 3, 2015, 3:48 pm

For my two cents having eaten Sushi in Japan, and seen the cleanliness and almost slavish attention to being clean, no-where in Thailand would even come close in my book and if I am eating what is basically uncooked food then I wouldn't trust a Thai kitchen to be clean. sorry but there it is.

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Post by sunwavessand » June 10, 2015, 5:25 pm

Well the sushis in Fuji and Oishi Shabushi are worth checking out, though I'm not too sure of what's really the best. Hmm, I might try Mr. Sushi this weekend. Thanks for the recommendation! :)

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Re: Best Sushi In Udon Is Where?

Post by tamada » July 9, 2017, 6:13 pm

Big bump.

Where's the best sushi at these days?

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Re: Best Sushi In Udon Is Where?

Post by jimjay » July 10, 2017, 12:15 am

Our friends were sat with us at Chef's Table and we talked Sushi as we'd tired of the same old spots and one of them recommended Otaki which is supposed to be in Central.

I asked after that if like Fuji, it had a bunch of items on the menu with mayonnaise added (it's unfortunately in a LOT of Fuji's food, YUCK!!!!) and they said No.

Will be there trying it tomorrow or next day / night.

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Re: Best Sushi In Udon Is Where?

Post by Raoul Duke » July 10, 2017, 8:59 am

Oshin restaurant has some tasty sushi apart of the buffet.The salmon and tempura dishes I had were also very good.
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Re: Best Sushi In Udon Is Where?

Post by wazza » July 11, 2017, 11:18 am

Oshin Japanese on Srichomchun Road has the best sushi etc IMO, either a full buffet or order from the very extensive menu.

The Buffet is actually small meals , and table service with 35 /40 dishes to choose from. Chicken teriyaki is one of my favourite dishes in the buffet.

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Re: Best Sushi In Udon Is Where?

Post by blade450x » August 22, 2017, 11:36 am

wazza wrote:
July 11, 2017, 11:18 am
Oshin Japanese on Srichomchun Road has the best sushi etc IMO, either a full buffet or order from the very extensive menu.

The Buffet is actually small meals , and table service with 35 /40 dishes to choose from. Chicken teriyaki is one of my favourite dishes in the buffet.

500++

Walks all over Fuji and Oishi places by a country mile.
I have to Agree this is the best if you are just after sushi.

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