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sábado, 31 de março de 2007

Sushi Chef Institute

Achei no you tube alguns vídeos muito bons. Estou passando fome depois de ver!

Infelizmente os vídeos estão desabilitados para postar em outras páginas.

Isso tudo para promover o Sushi Chef Institute...

Bem ou mal funcionou.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BmJUkYPrm8M

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iPcQkClSfvk

http://www.sushischool.net

3 comentários:

  1. Isso eu encontrei no The Economist , depois eu traduzo, tah?
    Fala q eh o melhor restaurante japones de Sao Paulo

    Restaurants
    Tête-à-tête

    Jun Sakamoto
    Rua Lisboa, 55
    Pinheiros
    São Paulo
    Tel: +55 (11) 3088-6019

    São Paulo has about 1.5m inhabitants of Japanese descent, the largest Japanese population outside Japan, mainly because of a wave of immigration in the early 20th century. Unsurprisingly the city has some excellent Japanese restaurants—and not just in Liberdade, the traditional “oriental” district. An artful fusion between the two cultures—Brazilian and Japanese—has created a rise in intermarriage and a new strain of inspired, Sino-Latino cuisine. And Californian influences, such as cream cheese and mayonnaise, are sneaking into some sushi establishments.

    Jun Sakamoto's eponymous establishment, near Avenida Paulista, is perhaps the best Japanese spot in São Paulo. The mainly white décor is rather stylish. Staff, equipped with secret-service-style ear-pieces, add to the futuristic feel. They are also attentive and helpful, and will guide you through the menu, suggesting which sake best complements your meal. It is best to let them decide what to order, as your reward will be varieties of unique sushi and delicious cooked dishes.

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  2. Esse o The Economist fala q eh bom e romantico...

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    Kabuki Mask
    Rua Girassol, 384
    Vila Madalena
    São Paulo
    Tel: + 55 (11) 3812-2921, 3814-5131, 3815-5882
    Website
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    Kabuki Mask, in the Vila Madalena nightlife zone, avoids such culinary excesses (though the live music is usually western-influenced, such as a light jazz saxophonist who sometimes does a turn here). It is difficult to order anything less than tasty, but the shitake mushrooms and the mixed tempura are particularly good (seafood and vegetables fried in light batter). Lit by candles, the romantic atmosphere makes this place popular among couples.

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  3. Segundo o The Economist "podia ser bem pior um jantar em Sao Paulo, do q jantar no Nagayama...popular entre os paulistanos..."
    tipo ok...
    Restaurants
    Tête-à-tête

    Nagayama Café
    Rua Bandeira Paulista, 355
    Itaim
    São Paulo
    Tel: + 55 (11) 3079-4675
    Website
    Map it


    For a lively meal at night, you could do a lot worse than Nagayama Café. This small chain, very popular with paulistanos, serves Japanese food with imaginative twists. Sometimes the presentation is a tad too stylish (and unwieldy): as in most Japanese establishments, sake is served in what look like deep-dish ashtrays. But the chef's experiments hit the mark more often than not, and at night this is one of the most appealing Japanese eateries in town.

    The smoking and non-smoking sections are separated into two restaurants right next to each other; the smoking side is livelier and not oppressively smoky.

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