This will be a tutorial for anyone who is relatively new to sushi. Allow me to give you one of my recent experiences and throw in tips along the way. I recently got an invite from my work colleagues at EatOut Kenya to attend a bloggers dinner at Furusato Japanese Restaurant. Of course I said yes and hi-fived our editor, Wendy . If you have been reading my blog, you know that EatOut Kenya holds these amazing blogger dinners for their Yummy Magazine feature. This edition is themed the Sushi Special. You can check it out the magazine here. Also check out my previous blogger dinner review here.
It is hard to think about the Kenyan culinary landscape in 2015 without incorporating different cuisine like Japanese sushi. Kenya has come of age with so many restaurants serving sushi. Sushi has been a staple food in the Japanese culture and it made it’s way as a delicacy to other countries. One of the best places for anyone to start would be Furusato Japanese Restaurant. You can get directions here. This is an authentic restaurant that serves sushi, sashimi among other foods. It has a spacious open plan setting. You can chose to sit outside, inside on diner tables or on the tepanyaki tables.