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  • I’m curious to know how this place came up with its name. The name, the exterior, it doesn’t give much away. Nonetheless this place is always busy and the modern design is enough to make you want to take a peak. Japanese was not my first guess but as you walk inside the space it starts to make sense. Its casual but intimate, just like an izakaya.

    The menu is largely focused on a selection of sashimi and nigiri with many other popular Japanese side dishes.

    Dishes of mention:

    Today’s best selection of nigiri – a delicious medley of fresh salmon, tuna, scallops and sea urchin

    California maki roll – a familiar favourite with a tasty crab filling. Rolled in fish eggs this dish looks stunning on the plate.

    Vegetable tempura – despite the loss of nutritional value these were pleasantly light

    We ordered the avocado salad to balance things out. This was the only disappointment. I have real qualms with salads that scream ‘I couldn’t care less, lets just throw some vegetables on a plate’. Cold cos lettuce with quartered tomatoes and some corncob shavings. No seasoning and a self-serve dressing that didn’t really match.

    If you’re craving some mid-week Japanese MOST is a reliable option. Located near the corner of Huaihai and Wuxing, it provides a good selection of Japanese cuisine with an easy-going atmosphere sure to hit the spot.


    Price for 2 people: 300 RMB


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