Pick of the Day: Jiro Dreams of Sushi

How much would you pay to dine on the best sushi in the world?

In Tokyo, people make reservations months in advance and pay up to $300 to visit a ten-seat restaurant run by 85-year-old Jiro Ono. Despite the restaurant’s humble surroundings (a subway station), Ono is the only sushi chef to receive a three-star rating in the Michelin dining guide.

Tonight at 9 p.m., the RPL Theatre is screening a 2012 documentary on Ono by American director David Gelb. Here’s the trailer:

Author: Gregory Beatty

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One thought on “Pick of the Day: Jiro Dreams of Sushi”

  1. Davidson Shell sushi rivals ANY sushi in the world, IN THE WORLD… That said, I’m not certain the Davidson Shell sells sushi, but they should, they really should. Preferably vacuum-packed from a facility in Brooks.

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