I still remember those office days in Paris, when on Fridays while I wanted to grab a jumbo baguette sandwich and roam around in the marchés (weekly markets) in the neighborhood, my colleagues would plan for sushi lunches. Albeit some Fridays I gave in, while other times I slipped a little early grabbed my lunch and socialized in the Friday Market.
That was the first taste of Sushi and I loved the gossip and socializing over those “petit morceau” wrapped with skilled fingers which symbolized break from the regular food, “Friday fun” and social gathering. The “permanence” of this love for sushi permeated even in Harmon Meadow during my time in Secaucus and it continues till date.
Now? you may laugh, smirk or roll your eyes. But, yes, even in the current situation – lockdown 2.0 I managed to make my last Friday super special for ma ’self through food from Daily Sushi.
Well here are the list of things I ordered: a sushi combo set, a seafood okonomiyaki, pork galbi bento box, bibimbap rice bowl (beef). When I ordered, I did so in such a manner where I can bask in sushi luxury the entire day and this was actually more than that.
The delivery was dot on time. I was apprehensive of the packaging of such delicacies. But I was amazed. Right from the eco-friendly fork-spoon, serviette to chopsticks – everything was in place. The box of sushi had a plantain leaf lining and even the bento box was perfectly packed. Overall, I must say – this was a unique sushi experience at home comfort and absolutely pocket friendly way. Amidst the current situation – if you want to have an out of the box meal or want to arrange for a special date night – here’s my recommendation.
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So nice to see this Mitra! And truly commendable that you’ve kept the blog going.
I hope you are well, sending you good vibes!
Kind regards, Abhiraj
On Thu 27 May 2021 at 23:16, Avrils Food Journee wrote:
> avrilsfoodjournee posted: ” I still remember those office days in Paris, > when on Fridays while I wanted to grab a jumbo baguette sandwich and roam > around in the marched (weekly markets) in the neighborhood, my colleagues > would plan for sushi lunches. Albeit some Fridays I gave in, ” >