Japanese Black Wagyu beef at Yasu Sushi Bistro
In a recent review of Yasu Sushi Bistro, I lamented the absence of washu beef on a day I had gotten myself all excited to eat it. Chef Yasu Hashino hadn't gotten any that week, since the quality of what was available wasn't up to his standards.
Now, Hashino's got his hands on the really good stuff: Japanese Black Wagyu beef, imported from Japan. This is that legendary beef you've heard about, so finely marbled with fat that it's like butter when you eat it. Hashino's "Hibachi Wagyu Beef" comes with a small charcoal grill so diners can sizzle it up exactly they way they like it.
I think I might have to make a special trip back there just to try this!
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