I like to see downtowns revitalized. Downtown Memphis underwent that process, and now it's THE place to live. Ordinary condos cost an arm and a leg.
Have you tried it yet?
it looks like a nice place, but i'm just not a hue sushi fan. i like my fish cooked =)
Yikes, sorry but I wouldn't be contributing too much to this place.
un restaurant qui a tout prevu, ils font de tout..Les sushis sont bons ?
somehow the word sushi and bistro don't feel to me like they fit together. I understand sushi bar, but then again so much has changed. I'll take some good sashimi as long as its not made from alligator.
Seems a fantastic restaurant !! Loved the shot !!Unseen Rajasthan
I have never had sushi--have you? The Bistro serves other foods too I see.MB
It seems that meny 'downtowns' need to be revitalized, so I hope that this process would be successful everywhere. Here it isn't...
you like sushi?
It looks modern and I liked a lot those cute Christmas decoration at the façade.Also a perfect reflection capture!LéiaBTW, I love suchi, but since I came from Brazil I could not try a good one here! :(
This always makes me happy, to see downtowns reviving!
Everyone's doing sushi these days, even the Chinese Restaurants. If it's fresh it's good, or is it the wasabi that I really like?
@ Antjas - I'm pretty ignorant about things like sushi and wasabi. And I have no desire to eat raw fish so I'll probably stay ignorant... :-)
@ Lee Spangler - So what's the matter, you got something against alligators? Heh. Heh. I don't eat anything raw!
If only the "WHALEY" owners could see their 1939 building now. What would they think of its current use. Great that shops and restaurants are opening.
I guess you have not tried this place yet?It sounds like sushi is actually the last thing on their list as they advertise beef, chicken, duck, seafood and lobster.
I'm a vegetarian so probably would never enter the new bistro but I'm all for town centres renewing themselves.
@ Jim K - Nope. Ain't a-gonna, either. No sushi for me!
Is the food good there?
No sushi for me either, Jacob! But the building is lovely. :)
Not a fan of the sushi but I see they have other things to enjoy. Nice shot of the place.
Chicken, beef and duck sushis are a novelty! I like the building a lot, any clue as to who Whaley's were?OK, I'm crossing sushi from the list of edibles for you.
Oooh, I love shushi. When we come down to visit you and warm up, can we go here?Nice capture. :-D
@ Ciel - No idea at all.
@ Ciel - But I'm sure their story would make a whale of a tale!
@ Marie - I have no idea. And it is highly unlikely that we'll eat there, as I have no inclination to eat sushi and Lois Anne is a vegan!
Boy, this fish story sure got a lot of nibbles.
If you knew sushi, like I knew suschi,,,
Can you tell me, Mr. la la la Vache, what is the difference between sushi and suschi? Ah, I have it now. Sushi is merely sushi, but suschi you can "c"! ;-)
the lamp post is lovely, very much like the posts around here
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