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EXPERIENCE JAPAN WITH SUNTORY

Forget traditional Bourbon’s, there’s a new whisky in town. Make way for Suntory, best served with sushi

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It’s not often you hear the words sushi and whisky in the same sentence, but when it comes to premium Japanese whisky Suntory, that’s exactly how it’s enjoyed best. Embarking on a Japanese journey last weekend, in favour of London Restaurant Festival, we experienced six of London’s finest Japanese eateries for a different taster dish in each, washed down with a highball of Suntory whisky served on the rocks with a dash of soda water – our new favourite tipple. Retaining its unique flavour profile when served with soda, it’s the perfect way to cleanse the palette between dishes. Having visited Kurobuta, Sticks N Sushi, Shoryu Ramen, Tonkotsu, Kanada-Ya and Chisou in one day, it’s safe to say we had our fill of sushi, with our two most memorable servings taking place at Sticks N Sushi (both the Sticks platter and the Sushi plate were to die for) and Kurobuta (the BBQ pork belly buns served with spicy pent soy are a must). We’ve got a new favourite hobby (restaurant hopping), a new favourite drink (Suntory) and as ever, sushi is the snack de jour.

Warning: Photos cause hunger. Enjoy.

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EXPERIENCE JAPAN WITH SUNTORY

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