Until recently, I was not so excited about sushi in Buenos Aires, which usually consists of simple salmon rolls or nigiri.
On Wednesday night I tried Shokudo and my faith in Buenos Aires Sushi has been restored!
San Telmo Shokudo was a lovely reminder of why I like sushi. Located upstairs in an unassuming corner building, Shokudo is a little Japanese oasis. The expansive dining room is modestly decorated in a traditional style. For a moment I felt as if I was back at my favorite sushi place in the States. They even have a sushi bar in the back corner. Our group split a big beautiful combo of gorgeously arranged sushi. It was delicious. Unfortunately the wasabi had almost no kick, which was to be expected here in Buenos Aires, where spice is avoided.
San Telmo Shokudo