1 hour ago, KennethT said:
I'm not usually a fan of ordering in expensive sushi because it loses quite a bit in transit - even 20 minutes... If the rice is warm, it heats up the fish and the rice cools. Or, they have to use cold rice, which always sucks.
Oh yah - well known. It has been a while since we've dined there, but the price was always fair. And the turnover great.
I was surprised at how nicely Nakaji's arrived -but they are close by. And they weren't exactly selling it as omakase.
Smartly, the chirashi was served with the toppings separate from the rice.