My wife & i refuses to wake early (think 5/6am) on a holiday to queue for sushi as much as we loved it. Headed to Tsukiji about 9am on a saturday, walked past the long & windy Dai queue, headed straight to Daiwa (it was...More
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It is Monday morning and our alarm was set at 530am. After a brisk 15-minute walk we arrived at Tsukiji to find no less than 50 people already in line for Sushi Dai; the preeminent purveyor of (what many consider as) the world’s best sushi....More
Waited in line for most of an hour for a meal that didn't last 15 minutes before everyone was hurried out the door. Moreover, the dishes were few and not even special—especially not for ¥3780/USD$35. The hype must have skewed this restaurant's priorities.
Been here twice.... we started queuing around 7am to 730am and manage to get seats around 1hr time. We got the Omakase and I ordered several rounds of additional Uni, chutoro & ootoro.... I actually prefer his chutoro as it had good balance of fat...More
The 45 min queue was worth it, it was the best sushi ever. The Omekaze set had 8 pieces of different sushi, fish slice portion was generous & they were so fresh. Love the sea urchin. We ordered some extra after finishing the set. The...More
There was a 3 hour wait for Sushi Dai, so we looked up Yelp and found the 4 1/2 star Daiwa Sushi 2 doors down where the wait was less than 30 minutes. Service was very friendly and the sushi as fresh as can be....More
Went around 7am and had to wait an hour but this was sushi created by master chefs in the business for a long time who are truly skilled. Amazingly fresh and perfectly executed sushi. So delicious and great value. A great experience too.
We tried our luck go straight to Tsukiji Market on the first day touchdowns Tokyo. It’s around 11am, we waited less than 30 mins as the line moved quite quick than I expected. We were welcomed by the staff serving hot green tea and miso...More
Daiwa Sushi is located inside of the Tsukiji fishmarket. I am worried about what will happen in the future as the fish market moves from Tsukiji to Toyosu. Daiwa sushi, the right side of the shop is father, and the shop on the left is...More