This whole-in-the-wall sushi place has been there as long as I can think, and if one wants to believe what the internet says, it’s been there since the wall came down. And it’s still very good sushi.
Looking like quite authentic, the tiny place offers only a couple of places to sit, a menu featuring the classics of Japanese sushi, hand-drawn pictures of specials on the wall and always ice-cold Asahi beer. It’s fame exceeds its size and thus it’s constantly crowded, making it almost impossible to get a seat during lunch and dinner hours.
Anyway, in this gorgeous season called summer, it’s best to get yourself some sushi, Edamame and some cold Asahi beer and take it to Landwehrkanal to enjoy it in the sun, like we did just before the storm came last night.
I tried a lot of different sushi places in Berlin and this one still is one of my favorites. Maybe because it’s just offering basic sushi, no fried chicken rolls with wasabi mayonaise but the classics like Kappa or Shinko and then of course a perfect Unagi inside-out-roll. And a very delicious Matcha ice cream you can also get to-go.