Dinner at 八泉

Dinner at 八泉

at Hachisen (京懐石 八泉) on 18 October 2017
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Hyuganatsu jelly
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Hachisen (八泉), Nagoya (April 2017)
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Bamboo rice with Japanese pickles
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Hachisen (八泉), Nagoya (April 2017)
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Hamaguri soup
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Hachisen (八泉), Nagoya (April 2017)
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Tempura of ice fish, sansai, and shrimp head | Urui with miso
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Hachisen (八泉), Nagoya (April 2017)
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Bamboo, squid, managatsuo, cognac
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Hachisen (八泉), Nagoya (April 2017)
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Amadai and takenoko
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Hachisen (八泉), Nagoya (April 2017)
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Maguro zuke and sayori sushi
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Hachisen (八泉), Nagoya (April 2017)
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Shrimp, uni, tai, and takenoko
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Hachisen (八泉), Nagoya (April 2017)
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Awabi and green peas | Fukinoto
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Hachisen (八泉), Nagoya (April 2017)
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After leaving Matsuyama, we flew to Nagoya and had an overnight pitstop there before continuing our journey to Nagano and Kanazawa. We checked out Hachisen (京懐石 八泉) for dinner, the #1 ranked kaiseki on Tabelog in the Aichi prefecture and winner of the 2017 Bronze award. We really liked this small and homey restaurant. It's just Chef and his wife running the entire place. It was slow-paced and you could notice the attention to detail with every bite. The bamboo used across the different courses was also exceptional. ?
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Hachisen (八泉), Nagoya (April 2017)
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