스시시오 (신사동) – Sushi Sio has been open for 3 years now. It’s an offshoot of the uber-expensive and well-known Sushi Koji in Cheongdam Dong. W140,000 dinner omakase at Sushi Sio consisting of 24 servings of fish and other dishes. Great meal and great service. 

I will be writing about this Japanese omakase in more detail in my future blog post – “W90,000 vs W140,000 Omakase in Seoul. Is it worth it?”

Naver Store Info

Very luxurious and classy interior.

We ordered draft beer. This is the anju that is served to enjoy with the beer.
Pickled ginger (생강) + Pickled root (우억)

They use real wasabi root here.
1. Chawanmushi (Egg custard)
2. 참돔 (2) – Red sea bream

3. 방어 – Yellowtail – Hamachi (2)
4. Steamed abalone with its intestine
5. 능성어 with monkfish liver
6. Smoked tuna
The chef is preparing the pieces for the sushi course of the omakase
7. Uni + Crab Meat
The chef is staring down at the fish to start making sushi
8. Clam soup
Let the sushi course begin
9. 도미 – Red Snapper
10. Scallop sushi
11. Tuna that has been cured with soy sauce
12. Young sea bream / Young 도미
13. Tuna
14. Ebi shrimp with uni
15. 대구 (cod) hot platter
16. 청어 (Herring)
17. Scallop with uni cream
18. Tuna – O-toro. Aged 10 days
19. Fried tofu
Preparing the shime saba roll
20. Shime Saba Roll – Marinated mackerel roll
21. Anago – Grilled eel
Rolling up the futomaki roll….The end of the omakase course is nearing. 🙁
I always love eating the stub (end) piece
That is a beautiful futomaki roll.
Wow! Look at that chopped tuna! It looks too good to eat.
22. Futomaki roll
23. Hot noodle soup
The tamago – egg custard. It has egg, shrimp paste, ma (mountain yam) and something else… Notice the mid layer. This was no ordinary tamago. This was SO good.
24. Tamago
25. Strawberry and green or matcha tea ice cream in a grapefruit sauce.
This is not cheap but not the most expensive omakase in Seoul.
(Visited 8 times, 1 visits today)

Leave A Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *