Shot Bar Funx).
This place had the dual advantages of still being open and available and being called MEAT FRICKIN SUSHI. I did a double take when I read that, because it's done up in such a classic signage style. MEAT SUSHI. And the Sagittarius logo makes it even funnier. Wait for it.
I was stunned when I realized that it's not just meat sushi. It's HORSE MEAT SUSHI. HORSE. It's not all horse, but it's a LOT of HORSE. Here, look.
'Horse Bomb Roll', can imagine seeing that at your local sushi 'joint' in America? I wish.
I would not get this 'horsey-wasa' again. It had too much of a grainy texture and livery taste for my delicate sensibilities.
OK, the plurality in that sentence is mine, but the thought is the same. It's a salty plum liquor that they mixed with soda. There was an OK little selection of saki here (Bird was drinking Kuheiji's, which were their weekly special) but I was in that wacky kinda mood where I get a different weird drink every round. Fortunately we weren't here long enough that it would seem like a good idea to get shochu.
For the record, I LIKE MAN PLUMS.
By the way, can you eat rare horse?