At Harrods part two

As I’ve said before, the food at Harrods was really impressive! What impressed me the most was the sushi bar though. Normally, I’m not a fan of sushi, because the thought of eating raw fish doesn’t really turn me on, and I don’t know anything about different types of sushi. Or, maybe, I’ve just never tried really good sushi. However, when I saw the sushi bar at Harrods, I felt the urge to stay there and eat. The sushi master was so skillful and and artistic, watching him was like watching a show! Also, we ordered really cool tea, too. When you pour hot water on it, it opens up like a flower! Maybe this is how your regular morning tea looks, but for me it was a nice surprise!

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5 Responses to At Harrods part two

  1. Patricia says:

    I know what you mean about the sushi. I tend to stick to California rolls, which are not really sushi, but they’re as exotic as I get. I don’t venture into the raw fish at all. And, that tea-wow! I’m glad you included a picture because I’ve never seen anything like that! :)

  2. Cee says:

    I’m a vegetarian, so sushi doesn’t really tempt me, either (unless it’s something like a cucumber roll) but I must admit, Harrod’s does manage to make it look very impressive. And that blooming tea is just beautiful!
    xox,
    Cee

  3. Anaïs says:

    Was it jasmin tea? I remember something like that from the Marie-Antoinette film …
    Never tried sushi and I’m not really planning on it. I like fish very much, but only when it’s boiled or baked!

  4. Marthe says:

    Wow! That tea looked like a million bucks!

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