Dinner at 割烹 佐藤

Dinner at 割烹 佐藤

at Sato (佐藤) on 30 September 2017
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Warabi Mochi | Matcha ?
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Sato (佐藤), Fukuoka (April 2017)
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Baby anchovies and karasumi gohan | Okoze soup | Pickles | Orange juice
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Sato (佐藤), Fukuoka (April 2017)
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Sayori | Sea cucumber
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Sato (佐藤), Fukuoka (April 2017)
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Takenoko | Karasumi
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Sato (佐藤), Fukuoka (April 2017)
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Fried and grilled okoze tail. Delicious. Okoze is one of the most venomous fish but if prepared properly, it is safe to eat! (Like fugu/blowfish) ?
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Sato (佐藤), Fukuoka (April 2017)
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Tara fish shabu shabu in ponzu
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Sato (佐藤), Fukuoka (April 2017)
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Ice fish in seaweed soup
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Sato (佐藤), Fukuoka (April 2017)
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A deadly delicacy: Okoze (stonefish) sashimi ?
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Sato (佐藤), Fukuoka (April 2017)
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Uni, awabi, awabi liver, goma tofu | Spring vegetables | Tomatoes with kuruma Ebi | Fried kuruma ebi head
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Sato (佐藤), Fukuoka (April 2017)
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Dinner at Sato (佐藤) in Fukuoka - the highest ranked kappo/kaiseki restaurant in the region on Tabelog. It's our second time here (last visit was in the Fall season 2015), so our menu is completely different than our previous visit. Overall, it is a very enjoyable experience with a considerably lower price point in comparison to similar restaurants in Kyoto and Tokyo. We even got to try Okoze (stonefish), one of the world's most dangerous fish whose 13 dorsal fins each contain a pair of venom sacs. Tasted delicious - we had it in sashimi form and fried "tail".
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Sato (佐藤), Fukuoka (April 2017)
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