Archive for the ‘sushi chef’ Category

Sushi Profiles: Chef Yozo

There’s a great little neighborhood sushi bar and Thai restaurant called Bluefin Parkland tucked away in a quiet suburban backwater in Parkland. This is where we caught up with Chef Yozo. The venerable owner and itamai is Chef Yozo Natsui. He was born and trained in Japan, but has spent almost twenty years in South […]

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Omakase with Hideki Yoshimoto

I’m going to tell you about an adventure I had. At the Miami Beach Doraku Sushi we had a wonderful dinner prepared by their executive chef, Master Hideki Yoshimoto. You might remember Hide from our earlier Sushi Masters interview. Hide lives in Hawaii and works for Doraku. But he comes to Miami Beach from time […]

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Sushi Masters: Hideki Yoshimoto

Hideki Yoshimoto is the executive chef at Doraku, where he strives to continually improve the menu by trying new things. He works out of the Waikiki location where he is able to use plenty of fresh local seafood and other ingredients. He comes up with creative interpretations on everything from the humble rainbow roll to […]

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Sustainable Sushi – Bun Lai (part 1 of 2)

Bun Lai is the man behind the progressive and environmentally sensitive sushibar Miyas Sushi, in New Haven CT. We interviewed Bun last week because he has demonstrated how a progressive restaurant can be mindful of the environmental impact of our food choices and still serve great sushi. This ran a bit long, so we’re posting […]

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