Since Do Sushi opened in Cooper-Young next to the Beauty Shop it has been one of the top sushi joints in town. The innovative rolls, good service, & unique atmosphere keeps me going back for more. My friend Alison & I recently chowed down on some dishes that were lovely.
We started with pork gyoza with beautifully briny black seaweed. The texture of the pork was rich & unctuous & the dish had beautiful hints of ginger, sesame, chili. So delicious.
Behold our platter of sushi:
From traditional to modern they run the gamut but they were all delicious. I appreciate the simple, clean presentation & the fresh garnishes. The sushi chefs at Do really know whats up.
Gualtiero Marchesi, Renowned (and Feisty) Chef, Dies at 87 - His Milan restaurant became the first in Italy to receive a Michelin guide’s three stars, but later, feeling slighted, he repudiated rating systems.
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