The Most Expensive Thing I Have Ever Eaten

I was looking forward to tasting this for a while and I finally got the opportunity to try it. This dish takes traditional Chirashi to a whole new level – a warm bowl is filled with seasoned sushi rice and topped with tastes of Juvia’s signature items and most luxurious ingredients.  While it changes depending on what the restaurant has available – you can expect top quality sashimi selections like toro, hamachi, tako (octopus) and salmon, among tender slices of wagyu beef, tuna ceviche, king crab, rock shrimp tiradito, and more.

chirasi 2

This was so delicious, so fantastic that it had me swooning. The rice was warm, underneath a blanquet of extraordinary morsels of sashimi, beef and ceviches. It was nirvana and the ultimate food orgasm. I even told my chickens that if I could eat one thing for the rest of my life, it would be this Chirasi.

Then came the bill…

I almost choked when I saw that it was over $80.00. I did not ask for the price before I ordered it, and I am not sure if I would have if I had asked beforehand. So it was destiny that I eat this and it was well worth it.

I had this Chirasi earlier this year at Juvia, so I am not sure if they are still serving it. All I know is that I think about it often, and it even shows up in my dreams sometimes.

2 thoughts on “The Most Expensive Thing I Have Ever Eaten

  1. Oh, my, guess you file this experience “under lesson learned”. I go to a local place for a huge bowl of chirashi and with a salad, it costs about $10!! This looks wonderful, but … 🙂

    Happy Holidays to you and the girls.


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