Sushi

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    E-Kagen, North Laine, Brighton.

    Fabrice Terrasson, and 11 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. mezzoblue 106 months ago | reply

      If I ever make it over to Brighton, you're taking me to this sushi place you keep posting pictures from. I'm curious if sushi on the Atlantic differs noticably from sushi on the Pacific.

      (Word of advice: Negitoro Maki instead of the tuna rolls. Fatty tuna, with scallion if they make it right. Oh man, is that good.)

    2. adactio 106 months ago | reply

      Dave, if you ever make it to Brighton, I will definitely take you to this place.

      I too am interested in seeing how the sushi compares on this side of the pond. Presumably, I'm consuming Atlantic, rather than Pacific, salmon and I'm not sure where the tuna is coming from. The eel, on the other hand, is probably all English. You really must try some English delicacies like jellied eels and eel pie with mash and gravy.*

      * Personally, I wouldn't touch 'em with a ten foot barge pole.

    3. dfeather 106 months ago | reply

      You really must try some English delicacies like jellied eels and eel pie with mash and gravy

      Don't fall for it, Dave... Jeremy couldn't convince me - I mean, jellied eels?

    4. Canny 106 months ago | reply

      people who make jellied eels should be roasted

    5. cindyli 106 months ago | reply

      Check out this.. you can't eat it but... they look cool.http://www.pixelgirlshop.com/gallery.php?id=149

    6. Dominic_Ryan 69 months ago | reply

      Man I really like this place, great ramen too

    7. Dominic_Ryan 69 months ago | reply

      thanks for your comment on that other website glad we went to this one over sushi garden.

      I hear they have just opened a okonomiyaki restaurant in Brighton thats doing really well, you tried it yet ?

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