Who doesnt love a good portion of delish and fresh sushi!? Last week I managed to attend a little foodblogger gathering at 'The Oyster Club' to try out their new menu! First of all, Thank you for this lovely invite :D and second..well I’m not gonna thank you for making my belly look like a 9 month pregnant lady lol OMG I ate so much K but hey, at least I loved every bit of it.. I mean look at the pictures down below I took with my Iphone. It tasted just as good as it all looked! MMmm…
I love the fact that all sushi chefs from 'The Oyster Club' are well trained in Japan before they we’re allowed back in the kitchen. The way they combine their knowledge with a lot of their own creativity make us some hella delish unique sushi. Now of course myself included with many people out there think you shouldn’t mess with the traditional way of making sushi..cause it’s all about the technique, simplicity and quality that makes sushi good sushi . BUT, yes there is a but here.. the sushi is so freakin tasty, there’s just no denial that ‘stepping out of you comfort kitchen’ is very 2015 and I LOVE IT!
I was already a regular seen guest at 'The Oyster Club' since the start they opened. The main reason why I come here often is because I love the big variety in choice they have in their menu, the always super friendly service and good quality of food with fair prices. The international look and feel makes this spot also perfect for my business meetings where I prefer to order their amazing Caesar or Salmon salad.
Hope you guys liked to read this post cause I sure loved writing it.
The Oyster Club
Olympisch Station 35
+31 (0)20 5708400
Zo-Ma: 11:00 - 22:00
Di- Za: 11:00 - 23:00
I am Eva Lia and I am the founder of The Cookteaser - a food blog and whole food catering/event business based in Amsterdam.
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