Thursday, June 3, 2010


While most traditional sushi chefs would cringe at the modifications made to sushi in São Paulo, it did not deter us from trying the well-reviewed Jam Warehouse. The tropical interior is at once cozy and welcoming, feels like a coastal fishing village. As soon as we sat down, we saw the chef preparing what seemed like a large platter of sushi and sashimi combinations for another table. They kindly showed us the platter being prepared and we were sold! First they sent us a plate of seared salmon & fish teriyaki (which you pay for - like "cubierto" in Argentina). Soon after, the huge platter arrived and we were not disappointed, from sweet to spicy, we demolished all the sushi/sashimi in no time at all. Washed it all down with a couple of beers, limoncellos, grappas, and a ginger ice cream & chocolate-filled fried strudel with homemade ice cream. What a meal! Very friendly service, a little on the pricey side. The sushi quality was impressive though, you pay for what you get I suppose...

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